Tori Bowie, who was called ‘the pride of American athletics’, passed away.
American media, including the Associated Press, reported Bowie’s obituary on the 3rd (local time).
Born in August 1990, Bowie’s death was such shocking news that almost all American media rushed to the wire.
Tori’s agency Icon Management said on the same day, “We lost our dear friend, daughter and sister, Bowie. Bowie was a brightly shining torch.”
After that, articles in the American press poured in.
The Associated Press reported, “Bowie was found dead at his home in Orlando, Florida on the 2nd. No one has been contacted by Bowie in the past few days,” and “there are no known signs of a murder.”
From 2014 to 2017, Bowie was an American track and field sprinter.
Bowie, who won her first major medal when she placed third in the women’s 100m at the 2015 World Championships in Beijing, won three of her medals at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Bowie, who finished second in the 100m and third in the 200m at the Rio Olympics, took first place in the 400m relay.
At the 2017 World Championships in London, where she won the women’s 100m, she won her gold medal in the 400m relay as she anchored the US team.토토사이트
Bowie competed in the long jump at the 2019 World Championships in Doha, where she placed fourth.
Bowie, who is 175 cm tall and has a sense of fashion, has also worked as an advertising model for several brands.
Bowie, whose record dropped from the end of 2019, skipped the 2020 season, and in 2021 he did not participate in the Tokyo Olympics representative selection event.
After competing in the 200m in June 2022, he didn’t compete at all.
Upon learning of Bowie’s death, the World Association of Athletics Federations and the United States Track and Field Federation immediately expressed their condolences.
Players who traveled internationally with Bowie were also saddened.
Shelley Ann Fraser-Price (Jamaica), who is considered the best female sprinter of all time, wrote on her social network service (SNS), “I convey my deepest condolences to Bowie’s family. Bowie was a great competitor and always a shining player.” I will never forget the smile you showed me. May you rest in peace.”