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A Nazi thoroughness stay dress ragged by a Russian figure skater in early Nov was incorrectly nominated for an International Skating Union (ISU) award, officials pronounced Monday.
The ISU released an reparation over a blunder after Anton Shulepov perceived a assignment for his costume, that decorated restrained and ensure elements of an Auschwitz jail stay where some-more than 1 million people were killed during World War II. The skater wore a outfit in dual competitions final month while dancing to a low-pitched thesis of “Schindler’s List.”
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“The ISU regrets that by blunder a wrong dress (Free Skating instead of Short Program costume) of Mr. Shulepov has been presented for voting,” a classification pronounced in a tweet. “This blunder has been corrected and a ISU unequivocally apologizes for this mistake and a bad sentiments it has caused.”
Shulepov’s dress was listed in a Best Costume category, according to TMZ Sports. He is still in a using for a endowment though for a turtleneck outfit, according to People.
Regardless of a mistake, a assignment drew widespread snub on amicable media.
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Shulepov was not a initial skater to be chastised for wearing Jewish iconography.
Satooko Miyahara, of Japan, was criticized for skating to a “Schindler’s List” lane wearing a Star of David pattern on her behind progressing this year.
Anton Shulepov wears his thoroughness stay outfit during a ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating on Nov 2, 2019. (REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot)
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In 2016, Tatiana Navka and her skating partner any wore a bullion Star of David during their coming on a Russian ice dancing existence TV show. The dual dancers skated to “Beautiful That Way” and portrayed themselves as Jewish prisoners in a thoroughness camp.