French Gold Medal Swimmer Reveals Hebrew Tattoo (PHOTO)
by Algemeiner Staff
Fabien Gilot raised his arm on Sunday in London following his team’s gold medal performance in the men’s 4x100m freestyle relay, revealing a Hebrew tattoo on his left arm.
“I am nothing without them,” the tattoo reads in English. In Hebrew, ×× ×™ ×›×œ×•× ×‘×œ×¢×“×™×”×.
Gilot told reporters the tattoo is a tribute to his late grandmother’s husband, Max Goldschmidt, a Jewish survivor of Auschwitz, who has been a large influence in the swimmer’s life.