Young Racing Metro prop dies in his room
May 28, 2014
William Ebongue Sipamio, a 19-year-old prop who was part of the Racing Metro side which won the French Under-19 title on Sunday, has died.
The cause of death is not known but a club statement said he "died Tuesday evening in his room" at Plessis-Robinson, Racing Metro's base.
"An autopsy is underway to determine the causes of death," the club added.
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