Ukrainian beauty athlete who volunteered at the front died in the war with Russia
Ukrainian athlete Alla Koverene, who was engaged in rowing on Dragon boats, died while performing combat tasks in the eastern direction of our country, reports the Ukrainian Dragon Rowing Federation. The 42-year-old native of Zhytomyr joined the volunteer battalion "Falcons of Polesie" from the first days of the full-scale invasion, where she took a training course in first aid.
In the rank of junior lieutenant she was deputy company commander for moral and psychological support in the 115th separate brigade of Territorial Defense Forces and did her military service on the northern borders of Zhytomyr region.
This year was sent on rotation to eastern Ukraine where it came under enemy artillery fire on August 10.
We said goodbye to Alla in St. Michael's Cathedral in Zhytomyr.
She is survived by two daughters, Gabriela and Daniela, who learned of their mother's death at the Dragon Boat World Championships, August 4-13, held in Thailand.
All not indifferent can financially support the girls: Privatbank: 5363542019760256 (card of Irina Vorobieva) Mono: 5375411404331923 (Irina Vorobyeva's card).
As OBOZREVATEL reported, on August 13, Ukraine's Dragon rowing team became the heroes of the World Cup. Our team during the race at a distance of 2000 meters in the open class was able to get to the finish line almost under water.
For reference, a dragon boat or dragonboat is a large twenty-seater canoe, front and back decorated with a dragon's head and tail respectively. A drummer sits on the bow and beats out the rhythm on a large drum. Another person at the stern steers the boat.