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Oleksandr Abramenko
Oleksandr Abramenko

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Oleksandr Volodymyrovych Abramenko is a Ukrainian Olympic gold medalist freestyle skier, specializing in aerials. He is the 2015–16 Aerials World Cup winner. He competed at the 2006, 2010, 2014, and 2018 Winter Olympics, winning the Olympic gold medal in the men’s aerials event at Pyeongchang.


Oleksandr Abramenko is 27 years old.


Sixteen days earlier, Oleksandr Abramenko was in China, celebrating his silver medal — the only medal of any kind won by Ukraine at the Beijing Winter Games. He is a top aerialist in freestyle skiing, a five-time Olympian, and the country’s flag-bearer for the opening ceremony garnered more attention after the event when a photograph of his hug with a Russian rival was widely circulated. Abramenko, right, won the silver medal in men’s aerials at the Beijing Games. Ilia Burov, a bronze medalist from Russia, gave him a hug.

Friday night in Kyiv, Abramenko (33), was in the parking garage of their apartment building with his wife Alexandra and their 2-year old son, Dmitry.

Thousands of people have been attempting to flee the city, leading to large crowds and chaos at Kyiv’s main train station as Ukraine’s military said that the Russian army’s primary objective was to encircle the capital.
We spend the night in the underground parking in the car, because the air attack siren is constantly on,” Abramenko wrote during the exchange. “It’s scary to sleep in the apartment, I myself saw from the window how the air defense systems worked on enemy missiles, and strong explosions were heard.”

On Friday Abramenko knew it was time for him to leave. He was heading for an unknown future. The family planned to drive Saturday to the western border of Ukraine, close to Slovakia and Hungary. It could take as long as 10 hours in the best of circumstances.

“I plan to go to my coach, Enver Ablaev, he lives in Mukachevo, Transcarpathian region,” Abramenko said. “I go by car, I take essential things with me, food, and my Olympic medals.”

Abramenko dose is not sure what the next days will bring. Abramenko is concerned for his parents, who live near Mykolaiv on the Black Sea. It is expected to be a major target for the Russians as it sits between Odesa and Kherson, the occupied city.

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