An Argentine bodybuilder dies in Brazil shortly after becoming continental runner-up
From the family environment of the athlete they requested financial help to be able to repatriate her body and fire her.
An Argentine athlete died this Saturday in Brazil hours after becoming South American runner-up in bodybuilding.
This is Johanna Colla, 30 years old, who had traveled with the Argentine delegation to the city of Sao Paulo to participate in the South American Bodybuilding and Fitness Championship in the category Woman's Physique.
Johanna's relatives confirmed the death through social networks and reported that she suffered a cardiorespiratory arrest, although they clarified that the causes are still unknown. “I ask you please not to ask why, until the autopsy is done, we will not know well,” wrote his niece Daniela
However, from the family environment they requested financial aid to bring her body to the country and fire her. “I ask this more than anything for her two daughters and my grandmother,” said the niece.
In the last video published by the athlete on her social networks, she expressed her joy after achieving second place in the competition. “Happy, happy. South American runner-up. I'm very happy,” she said.