35-vuotias kehonrakentaja menehtyi Yhdysvalloissa – kuolinsyystä ei tietoa

35-vuotias kehonrakentaja Brian May on poissa. Useat kehonrakennukseen erikoistuneet verkkosivut, kuten Generation Iron ja Evolution of Bodybuilding, kertovat Brian Mayn, 35, menehtyneen. Miehen kuolinsyy ei ole vielä tiedossa. Lihaskimppu oli Yhdysvalloissa kansallisen tason huippu, joka toimi nykyään myös valmennustehtävissä. May voitti urallaan muun muassa New Jerseyssä järjestetyn Suburban Championships -kisan vuonna 2009.
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