Four-Time Motorcycling Champion Dies Suddenly at 35

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A four-time British motorcycling champion has died at age 35.

Keith Farmer of Northern Ireland passed away “suddenly,” according to BBC. No cause of death has been released.

Farmer had retired in September of 2021, which was earlier than he originally planned, citing “two relatively big crashes,” the BBC reported.

“I have had a tough year but that’s just racing. I have realised that it is time to walk away.

“I’ve had 10 good years of racing … riding for some of the best teams,” he said, according to the report.

“I count myself extremely lucky to have been given these opportunities and with these I have won four British titles.”

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