Raechelle Chase, New Zealand bodybuilder, died suddenly at age 40 – El Financiero

The physicist-culturist of New Zealand origin Raechelle Chase passed away at age 40 for reasons still unknown and that are even being investigated by the authorities of their country.

“Given the recent nature of the death, no further information is available at this time,” the representative said. New Zealand Ministry of Justicewithout giving details about what happened.

Loved ones say goodbye to Raechelle Chase

Through social networks, it was Keith O’Connell, a friend of the bodybuilder, who shared a message on October 7 expressing how sorry he was for her departure and his total support for Anna, Chase’s first-born, who had 5 children.

“I’m not going to lie, very few things in my life hit me as hard as your death. So sudden, so unexpected. We were planning another trip here shortly after all. You had so much life left to live. So much love to give (…) My heart goes out to your beautiful children because your guidance could and should have guided them through their lives,” she wrote.

Anna Chaseeldest daughter of the also influencer fitnessshared a message spread through the site News.com.auwhere he talked about Raechelle’s qualities and her irreparable loss.

“She was supportive, kind-hearted and always had the best advice for us. She was a tremendously ambitious woman and has inspired millions of people around the world. She misses her immensely and that love will never fade,” the 24-year-old said.

In addition to Anna, Raechelle is survived by four other children: Carlos, 17, Dior-Rose, 16, Kingston, 7, and Jax, 6, as well as her granddaughter Savanna, Anna’s daughter, born in 2019.

Who was Raechelle Chase?

Raechelle Chase was a influencer, model and New Zealand-born bodybuilder who dedicated much of her life to sport.

On Facebook he had 1.4 million followers, with whom he shared memories of the competitions in which he participated, photos with his family and motivational messages for all those immersed in the world of sports. And for those who don’t, too.

Chase’s popularity grew in 2011, when she became the first New Zealand woman to qualify for Figure Olympia bodybuilding event.

In recent years, in addition to being an influencer, Raechelle was fitness model and offered her personal trainer services.

Death of bodybuilders is on the rise

In recent months, it has become known more frequently about the death of bodybuilders or personal trainers who have died from various causes.

And this not only in Mexico, but worldwide. Some of the names that have resonated the most since July are:

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