Trevor Labuda Los Altos CA: Men’s Swimming and Diving athlete at Brown University died by suicide

Swimming communities mourn after diver who broke 31-year-old program record in 186-114 win against Columbia Labuda ’22 was found dead, Learn more Trevor Labuda death and obituary

Trevor Labuda Death – The entire swimming and diving communities in California, Virginia, and Rhodes Island are mourning a famous and highly celebrated athlete who passed away tragically. Trevor Labuda famously known by his jersey no ‘Labuda ’22’ was found dead following a long battle with mental illness and anxieties.

According to reports, Trevor Labuda led the men’s swimming and diving team to victory against Columbia, He was the celebrated breaker of the 31-year-old program record in the 186-114 win against Columbia. The Class of 2018 graduate of Los Altos High School died from an apparent suicide after battling depression and anxieties.

Trevor and his twin brother Evan started diving lessons since their were. According to Trevor, one of his biggest dreams was to compete with his twin brother Evan at the NCAA Championships. Evan currently dives at Northwestern University. Trevor also let anyone who cared to listen know that he hopes someday him and his brother maked it to the Ivy Leagues.

The Duo were initially enrolled in swim lessons at a nearby country club, where they became interested in the diving squad. When they were nine years old, they joined the Stanford junior diving team, and they have advanced progressively since then. The two also compete in winter invitationals, although the majority of the big diving contests, such as the States or Nationals, take place in the summer.

They went to Canada for their first international meet at the age of eleven, when they competed against divers from Mexico, China, Germany, and Canada. Trevor and Evan faced off against some of the world’s best seasoned junior divers in the tournament.

Labuda swam for the Stanford JOA Diving Club and Los Altos High School before moving to Brown from Los Altos, California. He participated in the 1-meter dive and finished ninth in the 3M dive at the Ivy League Championships the previous season. Trevor Labuda was Cindy’s and Dave’s son. He was a devoted brother to his three siblings, Evan, Paige, and Chad.

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