Former Mr. Olympia Competitor, Neil Currey died at the age of 34. RXMuscle and Milos Sarcev, the former coach of the bodybuilder confirmed the news of Currey’s death on Monday Night.
Neil Currey made his debut in the world of bodybuilding in the year 2017. He finished fifth at the World Championships in the pro muscle category. This unfortunate news the shaken his entire fandom and close ones.
Fellow bodybuilder Milos Sarcev did a post on Instagram and made the announcement that Neil is no more. He wrote a heartfelt note which said, ‘Absolutely shocking, heartbreaking news – that my former athlete @neil_currey died today’.
About Neil Currey
Neil was born and brought up in the United Kingdom. He developed a passion for fitness at a very young age and fell in love with football while in school. At the same time, he began his weightlifting training, and for years he focused on his workout routine and diet plan, leading to a career in bodybuilding.
After making his debut and getting fifth place in the 2017 World Championships in the pro muscle category, Neil Currey moved to the NPC level in 2018. In NPC, he finished first during the NPC Worldwide Amateur Olympia Italy competitions and earned his Pro Card.
Following that, he participated in various competitions, like the Kuwait Pro, the Tampa and Pittsburgh Pro competitions, and others. But the breakthrough came in his career when he won a gold medal at the New York Pro and won his ticket to the Olympia competition.
In the Mr. Olympia 2022 competition, he finished 16th in the Classic Physique division.
Neil Currey Career History
|2017||WBFF, World Championships, Pro Muscle Model (5th Position)|
|2018||NPC Worldwide, Amateur Olympia Italy, Men’s Classic Physique – Class C (1st Position)|
|2019||Kuwait Pro, Men’s Classic Physique (7th Position)|
|2019||Yamamoto Pro Cup, Men’s Classic Physique (7th Position)|
|2020||Europa Pro, Men’s Classic Physique (9th Position)|
|2021||Puerto Rico Pro, Men’s Classic Physique (3rd Position)|
|2021||Xtreme Bodybuilding & Fitness Pro Men’s Classic Physique (7th Position)|
|2021||Tampa Pro, Men’s Classic Physique (2nd Position)|
|2022||Pittsburgh Pro, Men’s Classic Physique (3rd Position)|
|2022||New York Pro, Men’s Classic Physique (1st Position)|
|2022||Olympia, Men’s Classic Physique (16th Position)|
Neil Currey’s Cause of Death
The exact reason for Currey’s death is still confidential. Milos Sarcev, who is the former coach of Currey, shared the heartbreaking news on social media, calling it “absolutely shocking” and “heartbreaking.” Although the cause of death has not been officially determined, Sarcev initially mentioned suicide in an Instagram post that was then modified and deleted.
Till now, no one from Currey’s family has come forward and officially confirmed the news.