Daundre Barnaby: Canada athlete dies aged 24 in swimming accident
Canadian Olympic 400m runner Daundre Barnaby has died in a swimming accident, aged 24.
He drowned after a strong current swept him out to sea as he swam with team-mates during a training camp on the Caribbean island of St Kitts.
Barnaby was sixth in his heat at London 2012 and reached the semi-finals at last year's Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Athletics Canada chief executive Rob Guy called Barnaby "an outstanding athlete and an even better young man".