US Virgin Islands officials have declined to reveal the autopsy results of former American champion swimmer Jamie Cail almost a month after her sudden death.
Cail, who won a gold medal in the 800 free relay at the 1997 Pan Pacific Championships, was found unresponsive by her boyfriend at their home on St. John on Feb. 21.
The New Hampshire native, who reportedly worked at a cafe on the island, was later declared dead at a local clinic. Local officials’ reticence regarding Cail’s death comes after weeks of speculation about her boyfriend, Kamal “Six Pack” Thomas.
The Virgin Islands Department of Justice confirmed last week that Cail’s autopsy was completed, but declined to reveal the results, citing the ongoing criminal investigation that was opened last month, Fox News Digital reported.
The department again refused to comment Monday on Cail’s cause and manner of death or whether authorities found evidence of foul play.
Police are reportedly investigating Thomas, who previously spent time in prison for his role in the 2007 beating and stabbing death of James Cockayne, 21.
While the investigation into her death remains ongoing, Cail was remembered by friends and family as a bright light in her community.
Cail swam for both the University of Maine and the University of Southern California.