Whatever belongs to you must come to you and that too in rightful way, the means may be any and such quote happened to be true where an Olympic champion named Joe Jacobi has found his lost old Olympic gold medal and the returner was a seven year old girl. May be this was Jacobi’s destiny that sounds like an unbelievable crazy story but it happened.
Joe Jacobi, the 1992 Olympic series champion is grateful to a seven year old girl as he founded out the valuable thing of Jacobi’s, the gold medal which he won almost 24 years ago in the men’s canoe double slalom at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.
As Joe Jacobi says about the gold medal, somebody broke into the player’s car in June and stole his winning medal and from the time, it remained without any information.
Later after twenty four years, a seven year old girl, Chloe Smith found the Olympic gold medal in the trash when she was having a walk with her father and there she spotted the gold medal that was put in as some useless thing in a pile of garbage.
Chloe Smith returned it to Joe Jacobi and he was grateful the girl for her kindness.
Joe Jacobi had also spoken to Chloe Smith’s first-grade class at Woodson Park Academy and even visited her academy to personally thank her for returning his rightfully owned thing. WSB-TV reported about the Olympian had got his recovered gold medal with, Berndt Peterson tweeted.
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