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Jessica Fox reaches bronze after fixing her kayak with a condom from Olympic Village

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Jessica Fox reaches bronze after fixing her kayak with a condom from Olympic Village

The Aussie had to repair her boat with which she wants to achieve a historic double and was awarded the K1. I had to settle for bronze

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australian slalom kayaker, jessica fox, winner of three medals in three Olympic Games, this Thursday he Gold in the first women’s canoeing Olympic race At the Tokyo 2020 Games, the Olympics in which it has also become part of their tale.

The Australian had to repair his boat and settle for its tangy taste to achieve the frenzied double K1. in bronze. the anecdote comes because he had to draw a condoms To make home repairs of your kayak

So after hanging the medal, he himself commented and posted a video of the original arrangement. In this you will find an Australian team technician to carbon and . can see while repairing a boat with a mixture of Using a prophylactic to hold the mixture To the kayak

Australian Jessica Fox, bronze in women’s kayak.AFP

Fox joked with Elasticity and resistance of condoms To fix your kayak. “I bet they didn’t know that condoms could be used to repair kayaks,” joked the paddler before competing and claiming his first Tokyo 2020 gold.

Jessica Fox is a celebrity in Australia, where her smile regularly graces magazine covers.

His dream of winning gold in both canoe and kayak slalom was shattered when two pole strokes in kayak earned him. fine of four seconds and Awarded the title to German Ricarda Funk.

Jessica Fox competes in a women’s kayak.AFP

Fox got a bronze, which she won in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, and her silver in London four years earlier.

The Australian slalom kayaker reached the Tokyo Games with three medals from three Olympic Games and this Thursday won gold in the first women’s kayaking Olympic race.

The Australian has a lot to do with his father, the British Richard Fox, multiple world champion, and his mother, French Miriam Jusalmi, bronze medalists in kayaking at the 1996 Atlanta Games, two experts who traveled to Australia before Sydney 2000 to pass on their knowledge.