Former gold-medalist swimming star mysteriously dies in Virgin Islands

The USVIPD has been prompted to investigate after Jamie Cail, a competitive swimmer in her teenage years and beloved member of the U.S. Virgin Islands community, passed away tragically after her boyfriend found her unresponsive at midnight. Despite rushing her to Myrah Keating-Smith Clinic in a private car, it was too late for medical intervention. The exact nature of her illness has yet to be revealed by the USVIPD.

Cail’s success as a swimmer included a gold medal at the 1997 Pan Pacific Championships and a silver medal at the 1998-1999 World Aquatics Swimming World Cup in Brazil, as well as setting records at her high school in Florida. She had since settled in the USVI and was known in the area for her kind and generous nature. Her sudden death has come as a shock to the close-knit community, with her friend describing her as kind, loving, and having a huge heart.

The Criminal Investigation Bureau is currently investigating the case to uncover the cause of Jamie Cail’s passing. In the meantime, her family and friends are taking time to remember her for her kind heart and her passion for swimming.