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Tori Bowie, an American three-time Olympic medalist, died as a result of problems after childbirth.

Tori Bowie, an American sprinter, died as a result of problems during childbirth, according to her agent.

Bowie, who won 4x100m relay gold in Rio in 2016, as well as 100m silver and 200m bronze, died in May at the age of 32 at her home in Florida.

Her representative, Kimberly Holland, told CBS News that the conjecture surrounding Bowie’s death was “very hurtful.”

“Hopefully, now that we know the truth, there will be many apologies,” Holland remarked.

According to an autopsy report obtained by USA Today Sports, former 100m world champion Bowie died in a “natural” manner.

According to the article, she was eight months pregnant and in labor at the time of her death.

It increased the possibility of problems. Bowie had suffered from respiratory distress and eclampsia, a condition in which a woman experiences seizures or convulsions when pregnant.

In May, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office stated that deputies went to a home in the area “to check on the well-being of a woman in her 30s who had not been seen or heard from in several days.””A woman identified as Frentorish ‘Tori’ Bowie was discovered dead in her home.”

Bowie switched from long jump to track in 2014 and made a quick impact, becoming the fastest woman in the world that year.

She was the first American woman since Carmelita Jeter in 2011 to win an Olympic or world 100m title.


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