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David Michael "Dave" Mirra (April 4, 1974 – February 4, 2016) was an American BMX rider who later competed in rallycross racing. Mirra held the record for most X Games medals in BMX Freestyle, and medalled in every X Games from when they started in 1995 up to 2009. As a BMX rider, he was known primarily as a vert ramp and park rider. He had also competed for several years with the Subaru Rally Team USA as a rallycross driver. He rode and was sponsored by Haro Bikes from the mid 1990s until starting his own bike company. Mirra was a member of the team which won the 2014 Race Across America four-person male (under 50) category. Mirra died by way of suicide on February 4, 2016. He was inducted into the BMX Hall of Fame on June 11, 2016.

Holtzman said no suicide note was found in the car or near Dave Mirra,  reported.

“Dave Mirra was to BMX what Michael Jordan was to the NBA, what Babe Ruth or Hank Aaron was to Major League Baseball: He was simply the best of the best,” shared sports director Brian Bailey.


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Mirra’s impact even drew comparisons to other athletes whose contributions transcended their sports.

American Sports Star was born David Michael Mirra on 4th April, 1974 in Chittenango, New York and passed away on 4th Feb 2016 aged 41. He is most remembered for holds record for most X Games medals. His zodiac sign is Aries.


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Dave Mirra did not leave a suicide note before taking his life on Thursday night, but a message left on Instagram just hours before his suicide could offer insight into the battles the BMX legend was facing.

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Most of the reflection in the day after his suicide has been on Mirra’s sports achievements. Dave Mirra was remembered as a gifted athlete, who won a record 14 gold medals at the X Games, and also a radiant personality who made a name for himself as the host of MTV’s Real World/Road Rules Challenge.