Terrible Car Crash Story Behind Deon Lendore’s Cause of Death
With a heavy heart, we have to inform you of the Olympian Mr. Lendore’s passing on January 11, 2022. The heartfelt news has shaken many souls; But what happened? Stay with us to learn more about Matilda the Hun’s cause of death?
Lendore had represented T&T at three Olympic Games, including London 2012, Rio 2016, and Tokyo 2020, achieving a bronze medal in London in the 4x400m and was a 2015 World championship silver medalist.
In the World Indoor Championships, Lendore has received three bronze medals as well as a 4×400 bronze medalist at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru, in 2019.
Panam Sports shared: “FLY HIGH DEAR DEON LENORE R.I.P Panam Sports President Neven Ilic and the entire Pan American Family lament the loss of the Olympic and World Championship medalist Deon Lendore who died in a car accident in Texas. Our deepest condolences to the family and to the @TTOlympic.”
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Car Crash Becomes Deon Lendore’s Cause of Death In Texas
Although not a lot has been shared nor confirmed due to Deon Lendore’s cause of death, It’s announced and confirmed that he passed away at the age of 29. May he rest in peace.
Ato Boldon, NBC Sports Analyst and T&T’s four-time Olympic Medalist, has confirmed the tragic news. The Sprint Coash shared that Lendore passed away in a car crash in Texas when his untimely death has undoubtedly affected his loved ones and his teammates, who are now mourning the young player’s demise.
“I wish to express my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Deon Lendore, to the Track and Field fraternity and by extension T&T on the passing of 2012 Olympic Bronze medalist Deon Lendore. Deon was indeed a talented athlete who represented Trinidad and Tobago with pride and today I’m deeply saddened by his untimely passing. Wishing the family God’s Comfort and Peace. May his soul Rest In Eternal Peace.🙏🏾”Shamfa Cudjoe, Minister of Sport and Community Development
Make sure to check back for the latest updates. Since the heartfelt news is out, many have shared their condolences through social media.
Reactions to Deon Lendore’s Death:
Team TTO announced: “Words cannot adequately express our sadness at the devastating and untimely loss of 3x Olympian and Olympic and World Championship bronze medalist Deon Lendore who has been an inspiration and motivation to us all both on and off the track.”
A fan wrote: “I was JUST with you YESTERDAY! To think I would never get to see You again, never get to warm me up with your natural body heat, never get to watch You run around a track again or cheer You on at the Olympics/World Champs again breaks me to pieces. I will always love U @deonlendore.”
Annie Kunz expressed: “Please tell me this isn’t true. Deon was the happiest, most talented athlete I’ve known. Always smiling. Sending all the prayers to his family, RIP sweet @deonlendore, you were taken far too soon.”
Another fan commented: “As we look at @deonlendore final moments of representing #TeamTTO, you will see that his final act was one of kindness and service. He wheeled Dwight from the main stadium to the warmup stadium when Dwight couldn’t walk. Rest Well, Deon….Rest Well.”
One shared: “The Board and Management of the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago would like to express deepest condolences to the family and close friends of Olympian Deon Lendore on his tragic passing. Let us always remember his athletic determination, humility, and amiability. R.I.P.”
PUMA tributed: “We are deeply saddened by the passing of Deon Lendore, who has been a part of the PUMA Family since 2017. We are honored that he had chosen us to be by his side for a large part of his successful track & field career. Our thoughts are with his family. Rest in peace, Deon.”
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