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The sports world mourns the tragic loss of Tori Bowie, the former Olympic and World champion sprinter who passed away at 32 years old. 

Bowie’s management company confirmed the devastating news, leaving fans and fellow athletes in disbelief.
Fellow Olympic Champion Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce sent her condolences.

Bowie’s rise to fame was marked by incredible talent and unwavering determination. Hailing from Mississippi, she transitioned from basketball to track, claiming state titles in the 100m, 200m, and long jump. At the 2016 Rio Olympics, she won silver and bronze in the 100m and 200m, respectively.

Bowie with her Gold medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio

However, it was in 2017 that Bowie’s star truly shone. She became a world champion by securing gold in the 100m at the World Athletics Championships in London, triumphing in a breathtaking photo finish against Marie-Josée Ta Lou.

Tori Bowie’s untimely passing leaves a void in the hearts of her loved ones and the athletics community. Her contributions to the sport were immeasurable, and her infectious energy and radiant smile will always be remembered. While her time was cut short, her legacy of resilience and determination will continue to inspire generations of athletes to pursue their dreams.

Rest in peace, Tori Bowie.

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