An autopsy report says that Tori Bowie, a three-time Olympian and world champion runner, died because of problems with giving birth.
TMZ got a copy of the coroner’s report, which says that the track star was about 8 months pregnant and died because of problems with giving birth.
Last month, TMZ said that her family and friends were worried because they hadn’t heard from her and asked the police to check on her. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office found her body at that time.
Icon Management, Inc. wrote on Twitter about Bowie, “We’re saddened to share the very sad news that Tori Bowie has died. A client, a close friend, a daughter, and a sister have all died. Tori was a winner, a bright light that stood out in the darkness. We’re really upset, and we’ll pray for the family and friends.”
Bowie was a track and field star at the University of Southern Mississippi. She later won a gold medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio with the women’s 4100-meter relay team. She also got silver in the 100-meter sprint and bronze in the 200-meter sprint.
Tori had just turned 32.