Olympic monitor bicycle owner Kelly Catlin, who helped the U.S. ladies’s pursuit workforce win the silver medal on the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Video games, died Friday at her house in California. She was 23.
USA Biking chief government Rob DeMartini mentioned in an announcement Sunday that “the complete biking group is mourning this immense loss. We’re providing steady assist to Kelly’s teammates, coaches and workers. We additionally encourage all those that knew Kelly to assist one another by the grieving.”
Catlin’s father, Mark Catlin, instructed VeloNews that his daughter killed herself.
Catlin was born and raised close to Minneapolis, Minnesota, and rose to prominence on the monitor as a member of the U.S. nationwide workforce. She additionally raced on the highway for the Rally UHC Professional Biking Group, and she or he was pursuing a graduate diploma in computational arithmetic at Stanford.
Catlin received a gold medal within the ladies’s particular person time trial on the Pan Am Video games in Toronto in 2015.
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Her former Olympic teammate, Chloe Dygert, paid tribute to her with a tweet on Sunday. “We’ll miss you perpetually,” Dygert wrote.