Skip to comments.UKRAINE: World champion sells Olympic gold medal to support Ukraine army
Posted on 08/03/2014 9:47:26 AM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
World champion sells gold medal to support the army The world champion is selling the gold medal to support army
Bidding has already begun
Ukrainian rhythmic gymnast Natalia Godunko sells his gold medal to support the Ukrainian army. Bellamy Polozhinsky musician tells about it in Facebook.
The medal was received for winning the World Cup team competition in rhythmic gymnastics in 2001 in Madrid and is now exhibited at the auction.
"Ukrainian athletes support Ukrainian army. Rare gift set ... put on an online auction site. Lots of vintage souvenirs ... shown on the Internet auction site. Nataliia GOdunko my girlfriend exhibited some of his things. Among them - the gold medal World Champion.
I'm sorry that Chapter decided to sell it, but the bidding has already started. Therefore, if among your friends is a potentially interested buyers, advise them to sell zolotul′ku more expensive, "the artist wrote.
Nataliia GOdunko My girlfriend also I wishes I hadn't decided to sell it, but the bidding has already begun.
Therefore, if some of your friends have potentially interested buyers, advise them - have to sell items expensive"- wrote the artist.
In the meantime Kiev millionaire sells Rolls-Royce and goes to the front.
PS - they are not made of gold
What a difference !
"We moved our base camp last night and were now positioned literally
within feet of the river. Have been sitting here watching the border
patrol patrolling in their riverboats all night and all morning..."
Perhaps the Ukraine will send troops to help us fight the Army our criminal executive branch has sent from south of our border and doctors to cure the Ebola that he intends to infect us with?
No, the value is not the metal.
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