Jamie Cail a former US swimming champion has been found dead in mysterious circumstances in the idyllic US Virgin Islands.
She was found unresponsive at a home she shared with her boyfriend in St John, said the US Virgin Islands Police Department.
Her boyfriend, who has not been identified, left a bar about midnight to check on her at their home, where he found her on the floor.
Jamie Cail was 42.
Jamie Cail’s cause of death
Her cause of death remains unknown.
Who was Jamie Cail?
Jamie Cail was a teenage swimming champion in the 1990s.
Originally from Claremont, New Hampshire, Cail represented the US national B team at the FINA World Cup in Brazil in 1998-1999 and won a silver medal in the 800m freestyle event.
She won gold in 1997 at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships.
Cail was reportedly a member of the University of Maine’s women’s swim team in the early 2000s.
The swimming star had worked at a coffee shop where she was cordial with people across the community, her friends said, according to local TV station WMUR.
Cail attended the college prep Bolles School — which is known for its swimming program — in Jacksonville, Florida, and several of her school records there still stand, according to Swim Swam.
She won several high school state championships in Huntington Beach, California, where she moved to train with the Golden West Swim Club, Boston.com reported, citing the swimming site.
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