julie paulsen johannessen dødsårsak
Julie Paulsen Johannessen, a member of the Norwegian shooting team since 2019, has passed away. She is 21 years old. This was announced on Tuesday by the Norwegian Shooting Association.
The 21-year-old from Fredrikstad made his senior debut at the World Cup in Lima this month. Days after her return to Texas, she was found dead in her room at the university she attended, the association wrote.
The feeling is unbelievably sad, hurtful and completely unreal. “We want to support the family in their grief and help ensure Jolie’s memory is properly cared for,” the national team’s sporting director Tor Idar Aune wrote on the federation’s website.
Last fall, she won the junior European title in the 50-meter race. She also won mixed team silver and team bronze at the same championship. Earlier in the same season, she won silver and bronze at the Junior 50m World Cup, according to the Norwegian Archery Federation. A kind, warm, caring girl with ambitious goals and dreams of being the best. Aune wrote in the Rifle Association that she was a strong-willed, committed girl who put in a lot of training work and was able to make decisions in a match.
In the days leading up to her death, Jolie planned summer training to achieve new goals following her experience at the World Championships in Lima. That wasn’t the case for Fredrikstad’s rising star, who died on Sunday, April 23, 2023, they said.