Track and field athlete Tori Bowie, who won three Olympic medals for Team USA, has passed away.

Tori was discovered dead in Florida on Tuesday, but the cause of death is yet unknown.

Wednesday morning, her management team issued a statement announcing the awful news and expressing their “devastation” at her passing.

The sports agency announced, “We’ve lost a client, dear friend, daughter, and sister.” Tori was a incredibly bright lighthouse of illumination! Our prayers are with the family and friends since we are genuinely heartbroken.

As a member of the women’s 4×100 meter relay team, Tori won one gold medal during the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil. Additionally, Tori won a silver in the 100-meter sprint and a bronze in the 200-meter sprint.

Prior to her victories for Team USA, Tori was a prominent track talent at the University of Southern Mississippi, where she won the NCAA long jump championship twice in both the indoor and outdoor events.

After earning three medals at the Rio Olympics, Tori went on to become the fastest woman in the world, winning the 100-meter dash at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London in a record-breaking 10.85 seconds.

Along with being a successful athlete, Tori was also a model. She appeared in a Valentino advertisement and posed for ESPN The Magazine’s Body Issue.

At 32, Tori.



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