Australian Olympic Bobsledder, Rugby Participant and Outspoken Homosexual Activist Dies Instantly at 35

Simon Dunn taking part in rugby and bobsledding. (Fb)

Simon Dunn, an Olympic bobsledder and rugby participant who got here out as homosexual and later turned an activist for LGBTQ rights, died instantly on Saturday. He was 35.

The athlete’s physique was found in his dwelling on January twenty first, in keeping with the New South Wales police.

Dunn’s reason behind demise continues to be unclear however the authorities have acknowledged that his demise isn’t considered as suspicious.

“About 10 am on Saturday, January 21, 2023, police had been referred to as to a unit on Crown Road, Surry Hills, after experiences the physique of a person had been discovered inside,” New South Wales police stated in a press release.

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“The physique is believed to be that of the 35-year-old occupant. Officers from Surry Hills Police Space Command have commenced inquiries into the circumstances surrounding his demise, which isn’t being handled as suspicious,” authorities continued.

Simon Dunn (Fb)

Tributes flood in following the information of Dunn’s sudden demise.

Ruby Rose Administration, Dunn’s brokers, issued a press release:

“Simon was obsessed with giving again to the neighborhood and volunteering. He gave his time, and using his profile, to assist a number of charities. Like all nice ambassadors, he had his favorites which included Bobby Goldsmith Basis, Give Out Day and Satisfaction in Sport.

“Simon by no means stated ‘NO’ to donating his time to any group who wished to develop its Variety and Inclusion footprint from Woolworths to Lion – serving to all of them to higher perceive their LGBTQIA+ staff and prospects.

“Simon represented us all, he at all times stated ‘I’m not the spokesman, I’m only a homosexual white male telling you about my experiences, and experiences from these with whom I listened and learnt. The sharing of those tales offers us all an appreciation of what has led us to the place we’re right this moment’.”

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