Kostomarov published a video in which he practices writing with a prosthetic hand
Olympic ice dancing champion Roman Kostomarov showed how he trains to write with a prosthetic hand. The video was published on the athlete’s Telegram channel.
“MOM… first word. I wrote this for the first time in my new life,” Kostomarov commented on the video.
Earlier, Kostomarov said that he had set himself the goal of returning to the ice. “How will it work out? Don’t know. But I know for sure that I will come out,” said the Olympic champion. At the moment, he continues his recovery, works out with rehabilitation specialists in the gym and goes to the pool.
Kostomarov was hospitalized on January 10 with pneumonia and influenza B. Due to prolonged connection to a blood oxygenation machine and a ventilator, his tissue began to die. Doctors amputated both feet of the skater, then the shins of both legs, the entire hand of his right hand and several fingers of his left.
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