This Julie Sauvé (Julie Sauvé) sudden death, Who died overnight in her sleep on Tuesday, shocked the art swimming world.
“For me, this is unimaginable. We are dealing with a rock. When we arrived, she had planned everything. It’s gone, gone, gone! I think I have visited within 24 hours To Singapore. She is still a girl with incredible vitality,” said Mary Pierre Boudreau Cannon’s mother.
In the past year, the Quebec coach has been hired by the Singapore Federation to work with the duo before the Tokyo Olympics. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canadian government’s advice to its citizens encouraged her to return to the country early on April 1.
In March, Julie Sauvé welcomed Linda Boudreau and a friend to visit her. After Singapore, the three went to the Gili Islands in Indonesia. An anecdote that occurred during a stopover at the airport proved that spontaneous energy has always been its characteristic.
“When we were on the airport transfer to Indonesia, the President of Indonesia (Joko Widodo) was sitting on a bicycle. Of course, Julie quickly got on the bicycle! Linda Boudreau said, you can see In its form, he used the photos of the “Journal” as proof.
Since returning to her residence in Laval on April 1, the former coach has been abiding by the quarantine regulations. Linda Boudreau, who also returned to Quebec a few weeks ago, had a long discussion with her last Sunday night. On the day before her death, at 8:30 on Monday night, she talked to her via text message.
The cause of his death is unclear. Her residence in Singapore temporarily stayed in the apartment provided to her by the state sports federation, which established contact with COVID-19 in the community and mourned her departure. Others talked about dying from heart causes.
“We don’t know anymore. It may be COVID-19, but she was overly careful during this period. She is fine and has no temperature,” said Mary Pierre Boudreau Cannon.
“She is in good physical condition. Healthy, I don’t know, but in amazing condition. Her mother added that this is a girl who always drives at 100 miles per hour.
His death shocked the artistic swimming world, especially former athletes. The Facebook page of the deceased sparked a lot of information.
Sylvie Fréchette was the first to pay tribute to the person who led her to the gold medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.
“It’s really hard. He is a truly meaningful person in my life. For me, she was a good friend before I became a coach. I lost a good friend,” Marie Pierre Bou Marie-Pier Boudreau-Gagnon said tearfully.