Olympic Sprinter Tori Bowie Passes Away Due to Complications From Childbirth

Tori Bowie, the world champion sprinter and three-time Olympic medallist d!ed from problems related to childbirth.

According to a report acquired by NBC News from the Orange County Medical Examiner’s Office in Florida, Bowie, who d!ed at the age of 32, had a “well-developed fetus.” She was eight months pregnant, and there was evidence that she was “undergoing labor (crowning)” at the time of her deαth.

The medical examiner’s office stated that the cause of deαth was determined to be natural and that the toxicology report was unfavorable.

Authorities claimed last month that Bowie was discovered at home in Orange County after sheriff’s deputies were asked to conduct a well-being check on a lady in her 30s who had not been seen or heard from in many days.

Olympic Sprinter Tori Bowie Passes Away Due to Complications From Childbirth

Authorities identified the lady deceased at the residence as Frentorish “Tori” Bowie, and there were “no signs of foul play.” Requests for additional comment from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office were not immediately returned Monday night.

According to the Mayo Clinic, possible factors contributing to Bowie’s deαth were respiratory distress and eclampsia – the start of convulsions or a coma caused by preeclampsia.

This high blood pressure illness can occur during pregnancy. “Eclampsia can happen without any previously observed signs or symptoms of preeclampsia,” according to the Mayo Clinic’s website.

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“Signs and symptoms that may appear before seizures include severe headaches, vision problems, mental confusion or altered behaviors. But, there are often no symptoms or warning signs,” it states, stressing that eclampsia can occur before, during, or after childbirth.

On May 3, Bowie’s management organization and USA Track & Field announced her deαth.

“We’ve lost a client, dear friend, daughter and sister,” Icon Management Inc. said at the time on Instagram. “Tori was a champion…a beacon of light that shined so bright! We’re truly heartbroken and our prayers are with the family, friends and everyone that loved her.”

Bowie was best remembered for anchoring America’s 4×100-meter relay team to a gold medal in Brazil, leading a top-tier squad that included Tianna Bartoletta, Allyson Felix, and English Gardner.

“I had the easiest job of all,” Bowie then claimed. “My teammates brought me the stick, and all I had to do was bring it to the finish line.”

Bowie, from Sand Hill, Mississippi, also won silver in the 100 meters and bronze in the 200 meters at the 2016 Olympics. She went on to win the gold medal in the 100-meter dash at the 2017 World Athletics Championships in London.

Bowie always thanked her loved ones, especially her grandmother, who raised her.

“Sand Hill doesn’t have any stoplights, not even one,” she stated in 2016 interview. “I mean, that’s all I’ve known my entire life. So I’m a small-country-town girl, even at heart.”

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