ENCOUNTER – The Olympic boxing vice-champion in Rio in 2016 is the perfect example of a successful conversion.
Despite the certainty that each day lasts only 24 hours, it is permissible to doubt it when one has the pleasure of conversing with Sarah Ourahmoune. Already, when she was still a boxing champion, the young woman did not stay in place. But since she retired, the day after the magnificent silver medal won in Rio in 2016, the native of Sèvres, in the Hauts-de-Seine, is even more elusive than in a ring.
Impossible, for her, to write her CV on one page. Not even two. Between its two boxing clubs – one in inner Paris and the other in Aulnay-sous-Bois – where it develops programs for young people, women or entrepreneurs; her role at the French National Olympic and Sports Committee (CNOSF), where she wears the hat of the city’s political advisor to President Brigitte Henriques; her post as vice-president of the French Boxing Federation; his status as a member of the National Council of Cities and his interventions …