We cannot locate clearly, so we call Barclay which sport athlete belongs to. She can do well in three sports including American football, rugby and baseball.
A constantly revolving sports career
The 29-year-old female athlete is believed to have passed away on Monday. Her death shook her teammates competing in the sports she participated in as well as the opponents. The surprise lies in that Barclay is grappling with a mysterious devil that up until now has not been able to identify who or what.
A police spokesman for Western Australia revealed that at 4:35 pm local time, police received information about a woman falling into a state of unconsciousness in an apartment in Chidlow: “The police and the St John’s emergency force were present in Barclay’s apartment and discovered this 29-year-old female athlete had passed away. Her death is not considered in a suspicious condition and a report of the incident will be released soon.
Before retiring, Barclay played 23 times for the Greater Western Sydney Giants Football Club during four seasons. In addition, this female athlete also appeared in the women’s World Cup 5 times in baseball, as well as won the championship title in the first time participating in the Legends Football League of American football.
In a statement issued by the Australian Rugby League, the Barclay family shared: “Barclay is a shining star that shines through the world of sports thanks to love in whatever sport she plays. Although that star has now drifted back to the afterlife, the memories are still like a light to illuminate other female sports athletes in the world to shine, dream big dreams while not forgetting the virtue of humility and pride in herself ”.
Barclay’s sporting life is a revolving journey of different sports, but all with a clear mark. She started playing football at the age of 12 but then focused on baseball in her teenage years. The Western Australia-born female athlete started her baseball career at the age of 15 in the 2006 league, before being called up to the national team a year later.
At the age of 17, Barclay competed for the first time on the world stage and she won a silver medal at the 2010 World Cup. She was a member of the Australian baseball team attending the 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 World Cups and 2016. From 2012 to 2016, she shifted her focus more on American football in Australia and the US before playing rugby in her later years. During his time with American football, Barclay’s most memorable achievement was his time with NSW Surge to attend the first American football tournament in Australia, the 2013-14 season and the NSW Surge was the champion.