Luke Sandoe Wiki – Luke Sandoe Bio
Luke Sandoe, a professional bodybuilder, he died on Thursday, May 7, at the age of 30. Sandoe, who was from United Kingdon, was found dead at his home by his training partner and friend James Hollingshead and his girlfriend, according to a report by Ron Harris, online editor of Muscular Development magazine.
Luke Sandoe Age
He was 30 years old.
Luke Sandoe Children
According to an interview, Sandoe was the father of a daughter and a son, and he said that the achievement he was most proud of was: “Being a father then winning the British Finals and turning pro is second.”
Luke Sandoe Education
He studied illustration and human biology at university before changing music practice and technology. In an interview, he also said that he used to play drums for years before becoming a professional bodybuilder and starting a training business.
Luke Sandoe Career
Sandoe was a professional bodybuilder with the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB). His first amateur bodybuilding competition was in 2012 as a junior, at the age of 23. He also ranked second in the UKBFF British Finals that same year. In 2015, Sandoe finished sixth overall in the super heavyweight division, according to his biography on his website. He became a professional bodybuilder and earned his IFBB professional card in October 2016 when he took the Super Heavyweight and General British title.
Sandoe was known for his videos on YouTube and articles with publications, including Muscular Development. During a May 6 episode of Luke & James, a show where fans can ask Sandoe and Hollingshead questions, Sandoe was absent. The show was streamed live on Sandoe’s athlete Facebook page.
At the end of the show, host Johnny Styles from REDCON1 said: “We don’t have a clue where Luke is.”
Luke Sandoe Death & Cause
He died on Thursday, May 7, at the age of 30. Sandoe, who was from United Kingdon, was found dead at his home
His cause of death has not been released. Harris asked that fans refrain from speculating “about health conditions or anything like that. Right now there is no evidence that it was related to the bodybuilding lifestyle or gear or anything like that. There’s no indication that any of that played a role in this at all.” Harris said an update would be provided as soon as it’s available.
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