Andreas Frey, a bodybuilder, died in his sleep. Nobody knows what the cause of his death was.
This year there have already been many sad deaths in the bodybuilding world, and just now another one has been reported.
This time it was the famous German bodybuilder Andreas Frey, who died just a few days after he turned 43. The cause of Andreas Frey’s death is still unknown, but some reports say that he died peacefully in his sleep. Any new information will be posted here as soon as it becomes available.
German Bodybuilder Andreas Frey Passed Away At 43-Years-Old
Andreas Frey started bodybuilding training at the age of 15, which is much younger than most bodybuilders. Not long after, he participated in a show where he won his first bronze medal. But by his early 20s, he was at the peak of his skills.
Andreas Frey was known for competing in the IFBB and the NABBA, but his most famous performance was the PDI Night Of Champions in 2006, where he finished second, but the only one who could beat him was Lee Priest, who is considered one of the best bodybuilders of all time.
How did Andreas Frey die?
Around 2007, just when things were looking up for Andreas Frey, he suffered a serious chest injury that forced him to quit the sport. He participated in 33 bodybuilding competitions, of which he won 15.
Even after he quit, Andreas Frey did not lose his love for the sport. Instead, he focused on helping other people. He found his calling and founded a company called “Frey Nutrition”, which sold nutritional supplements. This line became very popular in Germany, but Andreas Frey also decided to train some athletes.
The sudden death of Andreas Frey shocked the whole bodybuilding world because 43 years is still a young age. Even more shocking is the fact that this happens so often to athletes.
Fitness Volt is very saddened by the loss of Andreas Frey’s family and friends. His legacy will continue to be a source of inspiration for many bodybuilders in the years to come.
Andreas Frey Personal Life
Andreas Frey is a German economist who was born on June 5, 1967, in Geislingen an der Steige. He is the rector of the Nürtingen-Geislingen University of Applied Sciences (HfWU) from 2013 to 2019.
Andreas Frey grew up in Geislingen and graduated from Michelberg High School. He then went to the University of Wisconsin in the United States and to the University of Ulm in Germany, where he received his doctorate (Dr. rer nat.).
After a postdoctoral period at the Tokyo Institute of Technology and further research in the same city, he returned to Germany and became a systems engineer at Siemens AG.
In 2004, he received a call to a professorship in business mathematics, statistics, and computer science at the University of Osnabrück, where he taught until 2013.
He was also Dean of Teaching and Vice Dean of the Department of Economics and Social Sciences. He led a working group on “International Strategy.”
He was also the spokesperson for the Innovation Center for Internationalization and the representative for China. He co-organized the German-Chinese Symposium and the China and Japan Weeks in Osnabrück.
In April 2013, he was elected to succeed Werner Ziegler as Rector of HfWU for the next six years. He took office on October 1, 2013.