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Olympic sprinter shot dead in nightclub brawl in Bahamas

Bahamian sprinter and 2016 Indoor World Championship silver medalist Chavez Hart He was shot dead in a nightclub on Saturday morning in the Bahamas.

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the police reported it incident happened After getting into a fight in the parking lot of a local nightclub at 2 a.m. Saturday, Hart, a former sprinter at Texas A&M University, was shot in the chest while trying to stop the altercation.

He was taken to a local clinic, but was pronounced dead on arrival. The suspect was arrested and taken into police custody. Investigation is in progress.

Hart, 29, was celebrating his 30th birthday.

400m Olympic Champion from Bahamas, Stephen Gardinertweeted, “Tears must dry on their own,” highlighting a few Commemorative tweet his friend and compatriot.

Hart was the second former Texas A&M track star to die this year. Deon Rendall, His former Texas A&M 4x400m teammate died in a car accident in January.

Hart was an eight-time national sprint champion in the 100m and 200m from 2014 to 2019 and has a 100m personal best of 10.10 seconds, making him the second fastest Bahamian-born sprinter of all time. He won a silver medal in his 4x400m at his 2016 World Indoor Championships in Portland, Oregon.

He also competed in the 100m and 200m at the 2016 Olympics, finishing 5th and 7th respectively in his heats.

Olympic sprinter shot dead in nightclub brawl in Bahamas

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