Olympic and world title winning star athlete 'Tori Bowie' passes away
Star athlete Tori Bowie's management company informed on 3 May 2023 that the US sprinter and long jumper, who won three Olympic medals and two world titles, died at the age of 32.
An Overview of the News
For the past few days neither Tory was seen anywhere in public nor there was any news of her. Later, when police officers went to his Orlando (Florida) residence to inquire about her news, Bowie was found dead.
The sheriff's department informed that Bowie's death was not being investigated as a suspicious death. That is, the officials are considering Tori's death as a natural death.
Career of Tori Bowie
Bowie was raised by her grandmother in the rural environment of Mississippi (USA). She switched to long jump in 2014 and became the fastest woman in the world that year.
Bowie also took silver in the 100m, bronze in the 4x100m relay and gold in the 200m at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Bowie became world champion in 2017 by winning the world 100m title in London.
She finished fourth at the 2019 World Long Jump Championships in Doha, her last major competition.
President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC): Thomas Bach.
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