It has been announced that Trinidad & Tobago's three-time Olympian Deon Lendore has died at the age of 29

Lendore was reportedly driving in Milam County—which sits between Austin and College Station—when his vehicle crossed the center line and “sideswiped a vehicle” traveling the other way. 

Reports state that Lendore died at the site.

Throughout the course of his track and field career, he competed in three Olympic Games. In 2012, he helped his country win bronze when he ran the anchor leg of the men’s 4x400m relay fina

2015 World Championships in Beijing, he won silver 

During the 2016 and 2018 World Indoor Championships, he earned individual bronze medals in the 400m.

Sportswear company Puma, who had worked with Lendore since 2017, also released a statement expressing its grief.

It has been announced that Trinidad & Tobago's three-time Olympian Deon Lendore has died at the age of 29

Before his sad death, he was a volunteer coach at Texas A&M, where he was a 12-time All-American while attending the university.

 He was a wonderful representative of Texas A&M Athletics both as a student-athlete and a volunteer coach,

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