Who has never forgotten their bag or wallet on a train?
Realizing it too late, when the cars have already left, too far from the station… Do you remember your annoyance?
So imagine if you had lost the bouquets of flowers and the mascots that an Olympic champion had given you.
This is what happened to Jessica Fox, gold medalist in the canoe slalom.
His mother forgot them in the TGV which circulated between Paris and Marseille, last Saturday at the end of the day.
In any case, this is the details given on social networks by Franco Australienne this Wednesday in a message that serves as a bottle in the sea.
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
But how did these precious objects end up in the Bouches-du-Rhône?
Well the answer is simple: Myriam Jérusalmi, the mother of Jessica Fox (27 years old), is a former French kayaker, born in Marseille, eight times world champion between 1983 and 1993, who married another English star. .
Jessica Fox was born in Marseille and took Australian nationality after arriving in Sidney in 1998.
Very quickly, the SNCF responded to the four-time medalist at the Games: “Good evening Jess.
First of all Congratulations on your medal!
We understand that these items are precious to you and we will do everything to help you find them!
First of all, have you made a declaration of loss on our site?
If you have any information, you know who to contact from now on.