Peruvian athlete David Torrence was found dead today in a swimming pool, reports the Arizona Police

By Jacob Smiths
Aug. 29, 2017

Peruvian-American athlete David Torrence, who represented Peru at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and the last World Athletics Championships in London, was found dead in a community pool in a condominium complex, according to Scottsdale police ( Arizona).

The Scottsdale Police confirmed Monday that the body of Peruvian athlete David Torrence, who represented our country at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, was found dead in a community pool in a condominium complex.

County Court Condominium employees found Torrence at 7:30 am and immediately called 911.

Scottsdale Police Department Sgt. Ben Hoster told local media that there were no signs of author involvement Of Torrence's death.

"The firemen removed the male subject from the pool and was pronounced dead ... Detectives discovered that there were no obvious signs of attack," he said.

Sources from the IPD confirmed the death of the Peruvian athlete in dialogue with El Comercio.

Torrence had been in Scottsdale for a few weeks to train.

Torrence was nationalized in Peru last year. To the months participated in Rio 2016, where it acceded to the end of the 5000 meters, but could not get into the podium as was the illusion of a whole country. Recently he had participated in the World-wide Athletics, in London.

The athlete Peruvian-American David Torrence , who represented Peru in the Olympic Games in Rio 2016 and the last World Athletics London, suffered a serious accident in Scottsdale , United States.

So far Torrence's health condition (31) is reserved.

A few weeks ago, Torrence had participated in the World Athletics, where he could not pass to the semifinals of 1,500 meters of the World-wide one of London 2017 after being ninth.