Master of Sports from Kherson killed defending Ukraine from Russian occupants
A fighter from Kherson, Anton Ihoshyn, was killed in the war with the Russian occupiers, Kherson volunteer Kateryna Tsymbaliuk reported on Facebook. Before the full-scale invasion began, Ihoshyn was a professional trampoline jumper. He had a master of sports degree. The deceased soldier was 27 years old.
"A child of his parents. A child of my mother, her teacher. A child of my sister, his coach. And of all coaches and teachers. A friend of our children... Eternal memory! We thank you. Unspeakable pain. Condolences to the family and friends," Tsymbaliuk wrote.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, on September 16, while performing a combat mission at the front, Ukrainian vice-champion in Thai Muay Thai boxing Yehor Riabenko was killed. Russian occupants killed the defender, who served in the Azov regiment,
Earlier, a well-known Ukrainian boxer Andriy Ohorodnyk, who bore the call sign "Sonic," was killed in the confrontation with the Russian occupiers. The fighter from Rivne was a national championship winner and a National Cup winner, who recently fought in the elite Alpha Special Forces Unit.
On August 31, a fighter of the Azov regiment, football and businessman Oleksandr Strilets was killed while performing a combat mission in the Luhansk region.