This is truly a tragedy and even worse I doubt anyone will learn from it. Every year Perfectly "fit" and "Healthy" people die this way and its almost always the same reaction.
His coaches/trainers/doctors probably just chalk it up to unfortunate genetics. Non-atheletes will simply say he obviously worked out too hard and too much and destroyed his heart giving them even more reason to not workout.
Very few if any, will think his diet was what pulled the trigger, despite any genetics and despite his high level of "fitness". Even fewer will understand that fitness does not equate to health directly.
Those of us following this lifestyle can only shake our heads in wonderment that these tragedies even still happen. What will it take to open people's eyes?
Unfortunately, with the food industry taking over more of our lives everyday to help fatten us up (opps I mean provide us with proper nutrition) and the medical industry fighting so hard to ensure that our symptoms of such nutrition are being alleviated as best they can, I think we can all look forward to just more of the same, in even more ever increasing numbers.
And thats the real tragedy here...our futures depend on us, because everyone elses futures are not very bright right now...