World figure skating stars sad at Denis Ten
His colleagues underline Kazakhstan’s figure skater was the only best.
Russian figure skaters express their condolences to Kazakhstanis who lost honor citizen of the Republic of Kazakhstan Denis Ten, BNews.kz correspondent reports.
The tragic news rocket around the world and shattered the world of figure skating. Honored Master of Sports of the Russian Federation, figure skater Alexei Yagudin could not control his tears when he heard of his colleague's death.
"Today, unfortunately, something happened that should not have happened, which we would never have expected ... This is a video message for everyone, the media ... I can not talk on the phone anymore ... We have been crying all day because a person has passed away, not just skater, but larger than life Yura, Oksana, we can not even imagine what's going on with you, forgive me for not saving your son," Yagudin said.
Two-time Olympic champion in figure skating Yevgeni Plushenko noted that Denis Ten was an ornament of any tournament.
"Denis, my friend, no words ... Kind, sincere, modest ... I remember how first saw you the little boy watching my training ... I do not believe, I do not want to believe ... You were an ornament of any tournament! The whole world of Figure Skating grieves, like your people, and your country, and your fans all over the world! We remember and love .... The most sincere condolences to the family and friends. "Hold on," Plushenko wrote.
2014 Sochi Olympics Champion Adeline Sotnikova said that Ten was a workaholic and really loved the sport.
"I can not talk after such news ... I have no words ... I've been skating with this man, I know a lot about him! He is a workaholic, as he studied everything! All athletes must learn who really loves sports ... He is the only one ... And I could not pronounce the word at all ... Aunt Oksana, hold on ... I do not represent your feelings ... when the mother buries the child ... it's generally wrong ... MAY THE PEACE OF GOD BE WITH YOU DENIS! " Sotnikova said.
Russian figure skater Yevgenya Medvedeva expressed condolences to relatives of Denis Ten.
"It was only two years ago, Denis seemed the most cheerful, unusual and one of the most creative people in the world of figure skating, I can’t believe it, I do not want and I can’t believe it." I will never forget his laughing … " Medvedeva added.