The sudden death of Simon Dunn, an Australian bobsledder and rugby player loved by many, has devastated the community and his best friend. The latest news says that the gay athlete raced bobsled for Australia and played rugby for the Sydney Convicts. Follow our website Viralstimes to find out about the latest news
Everyone was saddened by his sudden death, including his family, teammates, and people he loved. According to police reports, Dunn’s body was found in his apartment in Sydney on Saturday morning. Police also said that there were no signs of foul play in his death.
What happened to kill Simon Dunn?
Dunn’s agent, Ruby Rose Management, said this sad news was trustworthy. While a police spokesperson said, “At 10 a.m. on Saturday, January 21, 2023, police were called to a unit on Crown Street in Surry Hills after reports that a man’s body had been found inside.” The body is thought to be that of the occupant, who was 35 years old.
Officers from the Surry Hills Police Area Command have started looking into his death, which is not considered suspicious. Also Read – Deborah Barak, longtime CBS business leader, died at 65
How did Simon Dunn live?
Sources say that Simon Dunn’s death was an accident, and today, his management company, Ruby Rose, said the same thing in a press release. It’s hard to believe that the talented rugby player is no longer with us.
Dunn was the first gay man to represent the country in bobsled. After he retired in 2016 and spent some time in London, he moved to Sydney and played rugby until he died. Also Read – RIP: Famous YouTuber Slick Goku Passes Away
Simon Dunn was born in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia, on July 27, 1987. He played rugby league as a kid in Wollongong, south of Sydney.
He had trouble with his sexuality and with life in sports. He took a break from both, but when he returned to Sydney from Canada, he started to play again.
He was on the gay team called the Sydney Convicts, which won the Bingham Cup. Later, he joined the UK gang King Cross Stealers. Simon was a professional rugby player, but he was also known as a young person who was LGBTQIA+ and always gave back to the community. Also Read – What killed Alan Komissaroff? Fox News Media SVP Dies at 47