Fabien Gilot 2012 Olympics Tattoo French swimmer Gilot got this tattoo in honor of an important person in his life. It says, in Hebrew, "I am nothing without them." I think that's beautiful. Figures Max, 2012 Olympics, Gilot Tattoo, Tattoo Hebrew, French Gold, Fabien Gilot, French Swimmers, Olympics Tattoo, Max Goldschmidt
Out of the Olympics comes the story of Fabien Gilot and the French team, which shocked many by, in the last leg pulling ahead of the US and winning the gold medal in the 4×100 meter Freestyle Relay. This photo of Gilot's tattoo was shot during the celebration. It reads: אני כלום בלעדיהם – which in English means “I am nothing without them.” Gilot's grandmother remarried a Jewish man, Max Goldschmidt, who survived Auschwitz, had a profound impact on Gilot, and passed away earlier this year.