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Josh Davis Reports Olympic Medals Stolen -- Updated with Josh Davis Video Interview -- February 11, 2009

SAN ANTONIO, Texas, February 11. ACCORDING to the Associated Press, Josh Davis is reporting that his three gold medals from 1996 and one silver medal from 2000 were stolen last weekend.

On Wednesday afternoon, Davis talked with Swimming World Magazine Publisher Brent Rutemiller. See the interview below.



Davis told the San Antonio Express-News that a reward of a "couple thousands bucks" will be given to the person who returns the medals.

Davis said he left the medals in his car Saturday after driving back from the airport, where he was returning from a youth swim clinic in St. Louis. He had taken the medals, all won in relay events, to show the students.


Full text of the Associated Press article.


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February 11, 2009 Isn't this the second time he has done this? If I remember correctly, previously he left/lost his medals on an airplane while returning from a clinic. Josh! You need to take better care of your treasures.
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