Boxer Julie Le Galliard is dead, champion of France in 2015, from Covid

French sports are in mourning and noble art is in shock. L’Est Républicain announced the disappearance of boxer Julie Le Galliard on its website on Monday. The young woman praised by all is only 31 years old. According to media reports in Lorraine, she apparently died of a new coronary pneumonia on Sunday. She has been hospitalized for several weeks.

“Julie is a very close friend,” declared world welterweight champion Anne Sophie Mathis for the Republican East.

She has been following me my entire career, she has been there. When he won the French championship in 2015, René and I (Editor’s note: Cordier, manager of the Dombasle club, where the two boxers were fired) were in a corner near the boxing ring. We often yell at each other because, like me, Julie has a personality … but she also has a vulnerable side and sometimes needs comforting. She usually sleeps at home, where we talk for hours. “

Champion of France in less than 57 kg in 2015, Julie Le Galliard was a regular at the gatherings of the French team between 2013 and 2016. With a degree in Social Development and Mediation through Sport, she worked with young people and women.

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