Yoga instructor Kaitlin Armstrong was found in Costa Rica after being accused of killing cyclist Anna Moriah Wilson, reports the Austin American Statesman. Wilson was a rising star cyclist who had won 10 races this year. Armstrong is accused of entering a home in Austin, Texas on May 11 and shooting Wilson after the two women had a romantic rivalry over another well-known cyclist, Colin Strickland. Strickland dated and lived with Armstrong. However, he went swimming with Wilson before the shooting. Strickland is not charged with a crime, but some companies have ended sponsorships with him over the incident.
A day after the shooting, investigators interviewed Armstrong because they had obtained footage of a car resembling hers pulling up to the home where Wilson was staying. Wilson was from San Francisco but was staying with a friend preparing for an upcoming race. A day after her interview, Armstrong sold her car and used the money to flee the country. Authorities found and arrested Armstrong, 34, in a Costa Rica hostel and plan to charge her with murder and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.