Runners Mourn Olympian David Torrence's Death At 31

Runners Mourn Olympian David Torrence's Death At 31

Runners Mourn Olympian David Torrence's Death At 31

Woke up from a nap only to hear David Torrence is dead.

Merber added, "I was going to pick David up at the airport in a few days to come to my house like he does every September".

According to police in Scottsdale, where Torrence had been training, the 31-year-old's body was discovered on Monday morning by staff at an apartment complex. "Detectives learned that there were no obvious signs of foul play".

"Firefighters removed the male subject from the pool and he was pronounced deceased", Sgt.

'The track world lost a great friend and athlete today, ' USA Track & Field tweeted.

"Today we lost an fantastic athlete and an even greater friend", Kyle Merber, a friend of Torrence and fellow elite runner added.

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Torrence began his career competing for the United States, and held the national record for the indoor 1000m, which he set in 2014 and still stands. American middle-distance runner Kyle Merber said that the Hoka One One Long Island Mile men's race will be named after the late Olympian.

David Torrence and Mohamed Farah compete in the 5,000-meter final at the Rio Olympics.

The Medical Examiner's office in Maricopa County will continue to investigate the cause of Torrence's death, the Washington Post reported.

Torrence was born in Japan but raised in California and ran track at Cal-Berkeley.

Torrence, who was born in Japan but raised in California, was a three-time USA road mile champion, a former indoor 3,000 metres champion, and American indoor record-holder for 1,000 metres.

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