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Tori Bowie Obituary: Her Cause of Death Revealed!

Who took home the gold in the Rio 2016 Olympics, was discovered dead at her Orlando, Florida, home last month. Her agent Kimberly Holland has said she died due to difficulties during childbirth. In a statement to CBS News, she said: “It is hurtful that so many people, especially the media, are speculating that she did something to herself.

So maybe there will be numerous excuses now that everyone knows the reality. Tori had a “well-developed foetus” and was in labour when she died, according to an autopsy report from Orange County (Fla.) Medical Examiner Office that USA TODAY Sports received.

The medical examiner determined that her death was natural and estimated her to be eight months pregnant. The paper cites respiratory distress and eclampsia, which occurs when a person with preeclampsia experiences convulsions during pregnancy, as potential causes of mortality.

The management firm for Tori released the following statement on May 3rd: “We’re devastated to relay the exceedingly terrible news that The late Tori Bowie has died. We lost a customer, a close friend, a daughter, and a sister. As a champion, Tori was. An incredibly bright lighthouse of illumination! Our prayers are with the family and friends since we are genuinely heartbroken.

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Among those who paid respect to the deceased athlete were fellow US sprinter Noah Lyles, who tweeted: “I can’t believe this. I had just learned that when this happened, she was travelling to visit her sister back home. I am heartbroken to hear this and will pray for the family.

Sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, a three-time Olympic champion, wrote: “My heart hurts for the family of Tori Bowie—both a fierce rival and a light. Your enthusiasm and smile will never leave me. Peace be with you. Tori won bronze in the 4×100-meter relay at the 2015 World Championships,

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She was earning a spot for the US Olympic squad that competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In addition, she won a bronze in the 200 meters and a silver in the 100-meter sprint. At the World Athletics Championships in London a year later, she won another gold in the relay and an individual gold in the 100-meter race.

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