Emergency on the water was the cause of the death of a famous athlete
Hockey player died from Irkutsk, a former player Angarsk “Ermak” and Tolyatti “Frets” Sergey Ogorodnikov. The athlete crashed to death on a water bike. He was 32 years old.
The sudden death of an athlete on his page in the social network commented on Irkutsk the journalist Mikhail Klimov. According to him, they met a year ago, after the end of the season.
“I gave him a book about women’s hockey for the father. Asked Sting about future plans. He smiled and said, “Look. To finish with hockey I’m not going, I’m only 31. 32 it did not,” said the journalist.
Forward Sergei Ogorodnikov was the world champion among juniors 2004. In addition, a player won silver medals in the youth world Cup 2006. He also played in clubs of the Superleague and the KHL. Last season, the Russian has played in the championship of Poland.
Recall, as passed Politeka on 64-m to year of life died legendary American wrestler Leon white, familiar to all fans under the pseudonym of big van Vader.
“About a month ago my father was diagnosed with a severe form of pneumonia. It is extremely hard fought with illness. Unfortunately, on Monday night his heart stopped,” wrote the son of the athlete Jesse white on Wednesday 20 June.
Vader was diagnosed with heart failure in 2016, and then the doctors said that he needed to live two years. In April this year an athlete seemed to recover after heart surgery.
Vader — wrestler-heavyweight fighter, performing air tricks; for example, Vadersault, which was recognized by the readers of the Wrestling Observer “Best reception” in 1993. The first ever non-Japanese person who became a world champion in the heavyweight IWGP and trikraty world champion in heavy weight WCW. Member of Hall of fame Wrestling Observer Newsletter since 1996.
Earlier, one of the best players in American football in Ukraine was tragically killed in his birthday. On the death of the player reported to Club football “Kyiv capitals”.
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