Alina Sagitova I gave my parents an apartment in ecodome

Алина Загитова подарила родителям квартиру в экодоме The cost of housing amounted to 8 million rubles. This gift is Sagitova presented the head of Udmurtia Alexander Brechalov after her triumph in Pyeongchang.
Алина Загитова подарила родителям квартиру в экодоме

Last week 16-year-old athlete arrived in my home town of Izhevsk. The head of Udmurtia Alexander Brechalov invited the whole family skater, congratulated with gold and silver medals at the games in Pyeongchang and gave the keys from four-room apartments at a cost of 8 million rubles. Thanking, Alina admitted that he wants to give the gift of family – my mom leysan, Ilnaz dad and younger sister Sabina.

Native soon settled in the new house, built of èkomaterialy, and features wooden Windows, which offer panoramic views of the city, and in the yard there is a children’s and sports grounds.

“The building was put into last year. While you are only finishing trim – just bare walls and carried out communication, – said the “StarHit” the company-Builder. – For family Alina, we will develop a personalized design.”
Алина Загитова подарила родителям квартиру в экодоме

Repairs will be completed within a few months. Leysan and Ilnaz hope in a new place they will finally be quieter. “When Alina was the first at the Olympics, proud neighbors painted and hung over the entrance door is a poster with congratulations, – said the “StarHit” in the administration of Izhevsk. – We have a small town, basically, and before many knew where you can meet Zagitovich. But after the triumph fans literally satisfied with the pilgrimage to their door. The family is tired of so much attention”.

The skater continues to live in modest one-room apartment in Moscow together with the grandmother, who with coach Eteri Tutberidze accompanies Alina at the competition, points out errors. “I’m glad that mom and dad will improve living conditions – shared Sagitova with “StarHit”. – Grateful for all madly in love. Try to see family as often as possible. And be sure to come to the housewarming!”