Uncertainty and pain once again taint the world in the body of mourning. In the last few hours, it was announced the death of the influencer and bodybuilder Raechelle Chase at the age of 40. This was confirmed by her friend Keith O’Connell and the causes of her death are still unknown, but -also this seems to have happened under “sudden and unexpected” circumstances.
The bodybuilder is the mother of five children. It is precisely that the eldest daughter, Anna, sadly said goodbye to her mother on social networks: “She is understanding, kind and always gives us the best advice. She is a very ambitious woman who has inspired millions -millions of people around the world. I miss him I miss him so much and that love will never go away,” he said.
His friend Keith O’Connell, who was in charge of confirming Chase’s death, also wanted to say goodbye to him: “I’m not going to lie, few things in my life have affected me as much as your death. left to live and lots of love to give “You were, you are and always will be one of the most beautiful and kind souls I have ever met,” she said.
Raechelle Chase made history in her country, New Zealand, by becoming the first woman to participate in the Figure Olympia bodybuilding contest in 2011 in Las Vegas (United States).
Chase’s is the sixth death of a bodybuilder in just a few months from unknown causes. Last month, Christian Figueiredo, who died at the age of 29 after liver surgery, and Neil Curry at the age of 34, also died of unknown causes.
On the other hand, in the month of July Justyn Vicky died (a gym bar fell on his neck) at the age of 33, Catalin Stefanescu (30 years old), whose body was found in a lake in Romania, and Jo Lindner ( 30 years old). years) due to aneurysm.