Olympic Athlete Tori Bowie Was Discovered Dead at Her Home During a Wellness Check; No Foul Play Is Suspected

Bowie’s cause of death will be determined by the medical examiner, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to PEOPLE that Olympian Tori Bowie was found dead at her residence by authorities after they were contacted to check on her. They said that there is no evidence of wrongdoing.

According to the police, officers went to her Bowman Drive house on Tuesday in the afternoon to “conduct a well-being check of a woman in her 30s who had not been seen or heard from in several days.”

Bowie, real name Frentorish ‘Tori’ Bowie, was located and identified by deputies after they had entered the house. According to the department’s statement, Bowie had been “found dead” inside.

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Olympic athlete Tori Bowie was discovered dead at her home during a wellness check; no foul play is suspected

There were “no signs of foul play,” according to the agency, but any additional details regarding the manner of Bowie’s passing “need to come from” the medical examiner’s office.

The department told PEOPLE, “We have no other information to provide at this time.

The three-time Olympic sprint medalist’s passing was announced on Wednesday morning via a social media message from her management organization.

Icon Management tweeted, “We’re devastated to share the very sad news that Tori Bowie has passed away.” “We lost a customer, a great friend, a daughter, and a sister. Tori was a champion and a shining example of the truth. Our prayers are with the family and friends since we are genuinely heartbroken.

In the 100-meter relay at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Bowie assisted the United States in taking home gold. At the 2016 Olympics, she took home silver in the 100-meter sprint and bronze in the 200-meter.

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Olympic athlete Tori Bowie was discovered dead at her home during a wellness check; no foul play is suspected

She helped the United States keep its gold medal in the 100-meter relay while also taking home the gold in the 100-meter race at the IAAF World Championships the following year.

Following her three medals from the 2016 Olympics, Mississippi declared November 25 to be “Tori Bowie Day,” an honor she referred to as “special” and “humbling.”

Bowie admitted to The Hattiesburg American at the time, “I’ve never even thought about anything like this.” “Like back in Sandhill, they actually have a sign, that reads ‘Tori Bowie Lane,’ just when you pull inside [the campus at Pisgah High, her alma mater. It’s basically like miracles, I suppose, to witness things like that and like this.