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Australia’s first gay bobsledder and footy star Simon Dunn dies suddenly aged just 35


Australia’s first openly gay bobsled player and Sydney Convicts Rugby club representative Simon Dunn has died suddenly, shocking the country’s sport, arts and LGBTIAQ+ communities.

Police and his agent Ruby Rose Management both confirmed the death of the 35-year-old, who broke new ground in both sports.

‘About 10 am on Saturday, January 21, 2023, police were called to a unit on Crown Street, Surry Hills, after reports the body of a man had been found inside,’ New South Wales police said in a statement.

Dunn was the first openly gay male to represent Australia in bobsled and aimed to compete in the 2022 Winter Olympics before injury ended his career

Dunn was the first openly gay male to represent Australia in bobsled and aimed to compete in the 2022 Winter Olympics before injury ended his career

Dunn was also a talented rugby player and competed with the Sydney Convicts, the only gay rugby club in the city

Dunn was also a talented rugby player and competed with the Sydney Convicts, the only gay rugby club in the city

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