Well, obviously she took it with a smile.

Australian Jessica Fox, recent gold medalist in canoeing and bronze medalist in kayak, lost her bouquet.

But where the matter is not trivial, it is that the drama was tied ... in a TGV between Paris and Marseille.

“My mother took the 9835 car 13 train from Paris CDG to Marseille on Saturday 31/7 at 5:58 pm and she forgot my Olympic victories bouquets with the Tokyo2020 mascots.

Can you help me find them?

Thank you, ”she tweeted on Wednesday.

Before specifying in another message: "It is not very serious and I do not expect to find them".

Hello @SNCF, my mother took the train 9835 car 13 from Paris CDG to Marseille on Saturday 7/31 at 5:58 p.m. and she forgot my bouquets of Olympic victories with the Tokyo2020 mascots.

Can you help me find them?

Thanks 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/gnE2tGNUev

- Jess Fox OLY (@jessfoxcanoe) August 4, 2021

So two questions arise: how does she speak French so well, and how is it that her mother is in a TGV?

Well, the mother of the canoe and kayak star is in fact French.

And known what is more, since it is Myriam Jérusalmi, bronze medalist at the Atlanta Olympic Games in 1996 in kayak and multiple world champion.

The apple did not fall far from the tree.


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