Tori Bowie died at the age of 32, know her cause of death reason

She was a world champion runner and won three medals at the Olympi.

On Wednesday, her management team and USA Track and Field said the story was true on social media. Here is all you need to know about it.

The mysterious death of Olympic sprinter Tori Bowie: Cause and manner still unknown

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office found Bowie dead in a home in Winter Garden, Florida, after getting a tip that a woman in her early 30s “had not been seen or heard from in several days.” We don’t yet know what killed her or how she died.

Bowie was found dead at her home in Orlando, Florida after the local sheriff’s department said they went “for a well-being check of a woman.” While no foul play has been suspected, an official cause of death is yet to be revealed.

Information about the cause and manner of death will come from the Medical Examiner’s Office at a later date.

Bowie was born to a woman named Frentorish. She grew up in Sandhill, Mississippi, with her grandmother, who raised her and her younger sister after they were put into foster care. Bowie finished from Pisgah High School in 2008, where she was a star athlete, and went on to be a three-time All-American long jumper at Southern Miss.

Tori Bowie’s impressive Olympic career

In 2014, she switched from jumping to running, which helped her career te off. She quickly became one of the fastest women on Team USA. At the 2016 Olympi in Rio de Janeiro, she won three medals, including silver in the 100-meter dash and bronze in the 200-meter dash.

Team USA won gold in the women’s 4×100 relay, where Bowie ran the last run. She came back to the U.S. as one of the country’s most popular track stars. In Mississippi, they gave her her own day and called it “Tori Bowie Day” to honour her.

After the 2016 Olympi, Bowie’s success kept going strong. By the end of 2017, she had won the women’s 100 and 4×100 relay world titles. She also got fourth place in the long jump at the 2019 World Championships. Her last race was in June 2022. It was the only race of the season, and she came in fifth.

The impact of Tori Bowie on the track and field community

Bowie wasn’t just a good athlete; she was also a well-liked person in the track and field world. Craig Poole, who used to be Bowie’s teacher, said that she had a “very enthusiastic, sparkling personality.” Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Noah Lyles, and Brittney Reese, who also won Olympic medals, paid respect to her on social media, calling her a “great competitor” and a “source of light.”

Thomas Bach, head of the International Olympic Committee, also said he was “shocked and deeply saddened” by Bowie’s death. He said this in a statement. USA Track & Field said something similar, saying, “Her impact on the sport is immeasurable, and she will be greatly missed.”

Tributes pour in from sports agency and loved ones

The track and field world was shocked by Tori Bowie’s death. Bowie’s sports agency, Icon Management Inc., wrote on Twitter, “We’ve lost a client, dear friend, daughter, and sister. Tori was a champion… a beacon of light that shined so bright! We’re truly heartbroken and our prayers are with the family and friends.”

Bowie’s death is a sad lesson that life is short and that we should enjoy every moment. Bowie’s reputation as a good athlete and nice person will keep inspiring people for a long time.


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