Paris - French authorities will carry out a post-mortem following the death
of Irish rugby legend Anthony Foley in a Paris hotel, a source close to
the probe said on Monday.
"A post-mortem will be carried out, probably today," said the source
who asked not to be named, adding that a police investigation had been
Former Irish international Foley died suddenly on Sunday at the age
Foley was the head coach of Munster, the Irish provincial team
who were to play French club Racing 92 later on Sunday.
The European Champions Cup match was postponed.
An investigation is routine in France following deaths in hotel rooms
and a post-mortem is called for when the cause of death is not