7-year-old Olaksandra Paskal lost her leg as a result of the Russian attack last year. After the event, Paskal was fitted with a bionic prosthesis in Austria, where he went with his mother. Oleksandra, who participated in the rhythmic gymnastics competition held in Chornomorsk, Ukraine this year, achieved great success by winning the competition.
IT WAS THE FIRST COMPETITION AFTER BIONIC LEG PROSTHESIS
Paskal, who was interested in gymnastics before becoming an amputee, found success in the first challenge after surgery and rehabilitation.
First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Emine Dzheppar announced on her social media account that Oleksandra Paskal, who lost her leg as a result of Russia’s attack on Odessa last year, won the gymnastics competition. “Oleksandra Paskal, who lost her leg last year as a result of the Russian bombing of Odessa, won the gymnastics competition. Oleksandra turned her trauma into strength. She underwent successful rehabilitation and returned to gymnastics after the prosthesis was fitted. Her example shows us all that anything is possible.” She used the phrases.