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American Olympic cyclist Catlin found death in his home at age 23

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Olympic track biker Kelly Catlin, who helped the US female hunt team, won the silver medal at Rio de Janeiro Games 2016, died Friday in his home in California. She was 23. US cyclist Rob DeMartini said in a statement Sunday that "the whole bike community is sad this huge loss. We are constantly providing support to Kelly's teammates, coaches and staff. We also encourage anyone who knew Kelly to support each other through the grief. " Catlin's father, Mark Catlin, told VeloNews that his daughter killed himself. Catlin was born and raised near Minneapolis, Minnesota, and advanced as a leader on the track as a member of the American national team. She also drove on the road to the Rally UHC Pro Cycling Team, and she continued a degree in computational mathematics in Stanford.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Olympic track biker Kelly Catlin, who helped the US female hunt team, won the silver medal at Rio de Janeiro Games 2016, died Friday in his home in California. She was 23.

US cyclist Rob DeMartini said in a statement Sunday that “the whole bike community is sad this huge loss. We are constantly providing support to Kelly’s teammates, coaches and staff. We also encourage anyone who knew Kelly to support each other through the grief. “

Catlin’s father, Mark Catlin, told VeloNews that his daughter killed himself.

Catlin was born and raised near Minneapolis, Minnesota, and advanced as a leader on the track as a member of the American national team. She also drove on the road to the Rally UHC Pro Cycling Team, and she continued a degree in computational mathematics in Stanford.

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