23-year-old Olympic lane cyclist Kelly Catlin found dead
An Olympic lane cyclist who represented a U.S. during a Summer Games in 2016 was found passed in an apparent self-murder in her dorm room in California.
Kelly Catlin, 23, was found passed on Friday night, her father reliable to cycling news opening VeloNews on Sunday. Mark Catlin pronounced his daughter killed herself.
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“There isn’t a notation that goes by that we don’t consider of her and consider of a smashing life she could have lived,” Mark Catlin wrote of his daughter “There isn’t a second in that we wouldn’t openly give a lives in sell for hers. The harm is unbelievable.”
Kelly Catlin graphic here competing in the Women’s Individual Pursuit Finals during 2017 UCI World Cycling in Apr 2017 in Hong Kong.
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During a games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, Catlin helped lead a U.S. women’s office group to win a china medal. Born and lifted nearby Minneapolis, Minnesota, she rose to inflection on a lane as a member of a U.S. inhabitant team.
Catlin also raced on a highway for Rally UHC Pro Cycling Team, and she was posterior a connoisseur grade in computational arithmetic during Stanford University.
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USA Cycling President Rob DeMartini pronounced in a matter expelled Sunday that Catlin “was some-more than an contestant to us,” and called her detriment “devastating.”
“We are deeply saddened by Kelly’s passing, and we will all skip her dearly,” DeMartini wrote. “We wish everybody seeks a support they need by a tough days ahead, and greatfully keep a Catlin family in your thoughts.”
If we or someone we know is deliberation suicide, greatfully hit a National Suicide Prevention Lifeline during 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
The Associated Press contributed to this report.