American sprinter Tori Bowie, a three-time Olympic medallist and former 100m world champion, has died aged 32.
Bowie received 4x100m relay gold on the Rio 2016 Olympics, plus 100m silver and 200m bronze.
The next 12 months, she received the World Championships 100m in London, in addition to relay gold.
USA Monitor and Discipline mentioned Bowie’s “affect on the game is immeasurable”, including she might be “drastically missed”.
In a put up on Instagram, World Athletics mentioned it was “deeply saddened” by her dying.
An announcement from Staff USA, the nation’s Olympic and Paralympic fraternity, added: “She was an admired pal, team-mate, and a fantastic consultant of Staff USA.”
In a person tribute, present 100m world champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce mentioned: “My coronary heart breaks for Tori Bowie’s household. An incredible competitor and supply of sunshine.
“Your power and smile will all the time be with me. Relaxation in peace.”
Two-time males’s world 200m champion and US document holder Noah Lyles mentioned: “This breaks my coronary heart to listen to and I’ll maintain the household in my prayers.”
Bowie transformed from lengthy leap in 2014 and had a right away affect on the monitor, changing into the quickest girl on the planet that 12 months.
She is the one American girl to have received an Olympic or world 100m title since Carmelita Jeter in 2011.
Icon Administration, her agent, mentioned: “We’re devastated to share the very unhappy information that Tori Bowie has handed away.
“We have misplaced a shopper, expensive pal, daughter and sister. Tori was a champion…a beacon of sunshine that shined so brilliant!
“We’re really heartbroken and our prayers are with the household and buddies.”