Daughter of speed king Donald Campbell in appeal for return of lost St Christopher

Gina Campbell with the St Christopher. PIC: Ross Parry
Gina Campbell with the St Christopher. PIC: Ross Parry
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The daughter of record-breaker Donald Campbell is offering a reward after losing a sentimental medal found when his boat was recovered 34 years after he was killed.

Engraved “To Donald from Daddy, November 1941”. It was given to Donald’s daughter but heartbroken Gina Campbell, 62, of Leeds, who occasionally wore the medal as a good luck charm, lost it

Following a golf match at Moor Allerton Golf Club – and is offering a reward from the family collection to anyone who can find and return it.Legendary Donald was aged 46 when he attempted to break his own 276mph water speed record at Coniston Water in 1967.

Gina said: “If anyone has found the St Christopher, please return it. It means so much to me. I often wear it as a good-luck charm. My father did the same.