The body of a former US Ski Team jump coach was found in Utah last Monday after being reported missing on April 4th.
The body of Steamboat Springs, CO native Corby Fisher, 44, who had been missing for almost three weeks, was found in Daggett County, UT a few miles inside the Utah Border.
He had been camping in Browns Park and was last seen between March 31 and April 1, before being reported missing on April 4th.
Officers found Fisher’s truck and some of his personal items at a campsite in Browns Park before the search was suspended due to the coronavirus. Family and friends continued the search on their own.
On resuming the search, officials found Fisher’s body on Monday, April 20. They found a wallet with Fisher’s driver’s license and notified his family Monday evening, reports the Steamboat Pilot.
“On behalf of my office and the searchers involved in the effort to find Mr. Fisher, I extend my sincere condolences to his family and friends,” said Daggett County Sheriff Erik Bailey.
There does not appear to be any evidence of foul play, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Fisher competed on the US Ski Team and before going on to coach for the team. He trained some of Steamboat’s biggest sports names, including Johnny Spillane, Todd Lodwick, and Billy Demong before eventually becoming the head coach of the jumping team.