Donna Hartley-Wass



Age: 58


Summary: British Olympic track-and-field athlete known as the "golden girl" of British athletics during the second half of the 1970's who had enjoyed the finest moment of her athletics career when she won a bronze medal at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, Russia as well as two gold medals in the 400-metres relay at the 1978 Commonwealth Games in Canada before she later became a top champion bodybuilder after retiring from athletics in the early 1980's.



Cause of Death: Suspected heart attack


Born: May 1, 1955


Died: June 7, 2013


Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England