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American Olympic Champion, Paul Mcmullen Dies In A Ski Accident

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Information reaching our news desk has it that freakishly American huge runner who lit up UK races when based in Manchester mid 90, Paul Mcmullen has passed away at the age of 49. He was reported to have died today March 4 2021.

No official statement has been released about his cause of death but sources claimed that the Olympic champion tragically lost his life in a skiing accident.

Two times Olympic champion, Nick Willis took to his official Twitter page to confirm the news of Paul’s death.

In a series of tweets he wrote – We drive through Cadillac, Mi about 30 times a year, and every time I think about Paul McMullen–the 1500m Olympian who grew up there. Terribly sad to learn of his passing today. I was fortunate to train with Paul for two seasons. One of a kind. Very sad. He will be dearly missed.

Who Is Paul McMullen? – 6 Things You Need To Know About Him!

Name Paul McMullen
Career Athlete
Birthdate 19 February 1072
Deathdate March 5 2021
Cause Of Death Ski Accident
Country United States

1. Born In Cadilac, Michigan, Paull McMullen was an American middle-distance runner who specialized in the 1500 meters.

2. He bagged his accounting degree from the Eastern Michigan University

3. Paul won National Championships in 1995 (1500 m), 1996 (1500 M) and 1998 (Indoor Mile).

4. At the 1995 World Championships in Athletics in Gothenburg, Sweden and the 2001 World Championships in Athletics in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, McMullen finished tenth.

5. He won the 1996 U.S. Olympic Trials 1500 m and was a semi-finalist Atlanta Summer Olympics the same year.

6. In 2000, Paul Mcmullen was inducted into the Drake Relays Hall of Fame and Eastern Michigan’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003.

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