Young Goldman banker dies after completing triathlon


'Unfortunately, it was his time.'

Sad to report.

A 24-year-old investment banking analyst who worked at Goldman Sachs in New York City died shortly after completing a triathlon over the weekend.

The Daily Mail reports that Samuel Fisher, a Harvard University graduate, collapsed after he received a medal for competing in the KIC IT Triathlon in Stamford, Connecticut, on Sunday morning.

An autopsy is being performed to determine the cause of Fisher’s death, which is being investigated by police.

Paramedics were on scene and began working on Fisher as soon as he collapsed but were unable to revive him, the Stamford Advocate reported.

'They really worked on him very hard,' police Lt Diedrich Hohn told the newspaper. 'I went up there and they did everything they possibly could do for this poor kid. They used electric shock, CPR and medicines. Unfortunately, it was his time.'

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Goldman Sachs investment banker, 24, collapses and dies shortly after completing a triathlon

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