Jamie Cail obituary – Death, Ex-US swimming star – cause of death
A US swimming champion has died mysteriously in the idyllic US Virgin Islands.
Jamie Cail, 42, was found unconscious in the St. John’s home he shared with his boyfriend, the U.S. Virgin Islands Police Department said. “The case is currently under investigation by the criminal investigation department,” authorities said in a statement. According to the US Sun, Kyle’s boyfriend, whose identity was withheld by police, told authorities he was at a bar before returning to her. home to visit her.
Jamie Cail, 42, was found unconscious in the St. John’s home he shared with his boyfriend, the U.S. Virgin Islands Police Department said. According to police, this happened shortly after midnight on Tuesday. “He arrived to find his girlfriend on the floor,” police said.
The man and a friend drove Kyle to a local clinic, but life-saving efforts were unsuccessful and the athlete was pronounced dead. “CPR was performed at the clinic and 911 was called, but the woman died of her illness,” police said.
Her death is under investigation and police are asking anyone with information to contact Criminal Investigations. Born in New Hampshire, Kyle spent most of his life as a child prodigy in swimming. “She was just … a very beautiful person,” a family friend told WMUR.
“She had a huge heart. She was really caring, kind, and popular on the island, everyone knew her.” Kyle, a teenager, represented the United States at the Pan Pacific Championships in 1997, according to Swimming Team , he won a gold medal in the relay race. She also won a silver medal at the 1998-1999 World Swimming World Cup in Brazil. Kyle later moved to California and trained at the Golden West Swim Club.
There, she won several high school state championships. According to those who knew her, she was known for making friends with people of all ages. “Everyone loved her, from the older generation of local family to the young,” her friend told WMUR.