Ethan Boyes Death – Ethan Boyes, a former Cycling World Championship teammate has passed away unexpectedly. Ethan Boyes, who had previously established a new record for the year’s quickest “flying start,” passed away on Tuesday after being hit by a car as he was riding in the Presidio of San Francisco. According to a statement released by the United States Park Police on Thursday, law enforcement was called to Arguello Boulevard, which is located south of Washington Boulevard, at approximately 4 o’clock on Tuesday to investigate a report of a collision involving a car and a bicyclist.
According to the officials, the rider sustained injuries that were life-threatening and was sent to a hospital, where he later passed away. The driver of the vehicle was also transported by paramedics for injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening. The crash is still being looked into. They did not mention whether drugs or alcohol played a role in the incident, nor did they mention whether the motorist was detained.
Who is Ethan Boyes?
Boyes, who hails from San Francisco, is listed by USA Cycling as the current holder of the national record for the 500-meter “track time trial – flying start.” This record was established on September 24, 2018, in Aguascalientes, Mexico. Boyes is an ardent racer who won the USA Cycling Masters Track National Championship in 2018 and 2019. The cycling community has been left with disbelief by the death.
It was only a happy coincidence that he was also one of the quickest sprinters in the world. Only in the past year did he win three worlds jerseys in Los Angeles, and he still holds the world record and the national record in a number of different sprinting events, such as the kilo and the flying 200m. In addition, he is the national record holder in a number of different sprinting events.
Ethan Boyes Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family at a later date.
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