Surprise for figure skater Aljona Chavengo (37). After announcing the end of his life in May, he is now continuing his career in the United States.
A 37-year-old Ukrainian man told the German Ice Skating Union that a report had been released on Friday. You have applied for a start permit through the American Skating Association. The DEU Presidium complied with this request.
“I am very excited about this next phase of my career and I am indebted to the associations that made this move possible,” said the former Semnitz woman. Together with Bruno Masot (32) won the gold medal at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyongyang for their “Freestyle of the Century”.
“With hope, passion and commitment, I believe we can set and achieve goals at every stage of our lives and lives,” Chavengo said.
“I look forward to a wonderful future in the United States.”
Germany currently has no partner for the six-time world champion and the heart is still burning for the tournament, the report said. He will leave his long-term training location in Oberstorf and continue his sporting career in the United States.
“This change came as a surprise to us after Aljona Chavez officially announced the end of her life with Bruno Masot a few weeks ago,” explained DEU Sports Director Claudia Pfeiffer.
“We do not want to put any obstacles in the way of Aljona Chavengo above all she has achieved for German figure skating, and we wish her all the best for the new chapter.”
The exceptional pair of skaters, along with his teammates Robin Solkov and Masot, won a total of 23 international medals for the DEU, making him the most successful German figure skater.
“If Aljona Chavengo ever decides to come to Germany, our doors will be open to her at any moment,” Pfeiffer insisted.
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