Olivia Podmore Cause of Death – How did Olivia Podmore Die ?.
Former New Zealand Olympic cyclist Olivia Podmore has died, according to the country’s Olympic Committee. She was 24. “The New Zealand Olympic Committee is deeply saddened by the loss of Olympian #1333 and Cyclist Olivia Podmore,” a statement said. “We offer our deepest condolences to family, friends and others in the NZ community who are grieving this loss.” Podmore represented her native country during the Rio Games in 2016 and the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018, Olympic Committee officials said.
Who is Olivia Podmore Death Reason / Cause of Death ?.
As per New Zealand news outlet Stuff, Olivia died on Monday evening, August 9, in a suspected suicide.
Olivia’s death was confirmed by her brother, Mitchell Podmore, in a Facebook post. He wrote: “Rest in peace to my gorgeous sister and loved daughter of Phil Podmore. You will be in our hearts forever. HTC reported
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Jennifer Trask wrote
Thoughts and condolences to Olivia’s family friends and the greater cycling team. Olivia had a natural talent and hard work ethic, she did herself, her family, the team, and her greater team of 5 million in NZ who were right behind her. RIP OLIVIA you will be missed
Jayne Mason wrote
Absolutely heartbreaking. My thoughts are with the family and the athletes that knew her about to go to MIQ – tough without grieving the loss of a friend .
Ann Saunders wrote
This is so sad. For silly hats a beautiful talented darling why.?? Breaks your -heart -🇳🇿🇳🇿
Our thoughts and love go to her Mum and Dad and family. So amazing, can’t believe such amazing lady, has taken her lovely fe.
Melanie Watson wrote
My heart breaks for Olivia and the pain she must have been feeling, and for all her family and friends that love her so dearly and I’m sure would have done anything to help. May she now Rest In Peace, love and light. May those she left behind feel the aroha of the nation as they grieve and come to terms with what’s happened. And may this also represent a turning point in how we support our elite athletes through the enormous mental and emotional pressure they must feel through the highs and lows of their sport. A very sad day and my heart goes out to all those personally affected .
Rebekah Asher wrote
Now is the time to have Sports Psychologists working with sports people continuously. Young, successful, unsuccessful, retired Olympians all need help in the rise and fall in competition …
Julia Parker wrote
I read an article about her last night but was under the impression that she died as a result of an eating disorder but that most definitely could include suicide – so much pressure on our youth. Eating disorder generally is very misunderstood, even more so in sport where the drive to be the best and support of extreme training regimes in the name of excellence is condoned. Once again more attention and resource required. So sad for her family and friends x