Commonwealth Games Javelin Gold Medalist Jarrod Bannister Has Died

Commonwealth Games Javelin Gold Medalist Jarrod Bannister Has Died

Previous Commonwealth Games gold medallist Jarrod Banister has kicked the bucket matured 33, Athletics Australia has affirmed.

The lance hurler, a two-time Olympian, had been living and preparing in the Netherlands.

Australian media outlets revealed there were accepted to be no suspicious conditions in his demise.

Games Australia said it was “disheartened and stunned”, while various competitors posted tributes on the web.

“For the benefit of Athletics Australia, I stretch out our most profound sympathies to Jarrod’s family and companions and desire the sports club to help each other at this troublesome time,” CEO Darren Gocher said in an announcement.

Handrail is Australia’s lance record holder with a toss of 89.02m of every 2008. He won gold at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi two years after the fact.

He likewise spoke to Australia in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics, and also a few big showdowns.

In 2013, he was disputably given a 20-month restriction from contending in the wake of missing three hostile to doping tests.

Handrail kept up that he had not missed them intentionally. He said in one case analyzers had been given wrong data about his whereabouts.





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