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Roman Kostomarov refuses to marry Oksana Domnina · 2009-09-25 18:54

Roman Kostomarov, Oksana Domnina, forum.dpni.orgRoman Kostomarov, Olympic champion in ice dancing, postponed his wedding with his girlfriend, world champion Oksana Domnina. Moreover, the wedding may be called off in general.

"If there is a baby there would be a wedding," ??“ a figure skater, 32, said without any doubt. He added that he doesn't see any sense in marriage, because he has already been married. Roman's wife was figure skater Yulia Lautova (in international competitions the girl presented Austria). They divorced two years ago.

Roman's co-workers in "Ice period" show have a common opinion that Roman and Oksana lose their love due to Kostomarov's feelings to famous Russian actress Chulpan Hamotova, Russian informs.

Oksana Domnina became the World champion in ice dancing with partner Maxim Shabalin earlier this year. It was in 2005 when Russian figure skaters Roman Kostomarov and Tatiana Navka became the World champions in ice dancing previous time.

Oksana Domnina and Maxim Shabalin are going to participate in Olympic Games in Canadian Vancouver next year.

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