New Pandemic: Athletes and Teens Dying Of Heart Attacks (Updated)

Old Dominion University men’s basketball player collapsed during the middle of a game against Georgia Southern on Saturday. In a video, Sophomore Imo Essien can be seen clutching his chest before collapsing on the court. He did not pass out but remained conscious as medical personnel attended to him. He later managed to walk off the court with some assistance. After the game, Old Dominion University Men’s basketball released a statement concerning the incident.

(UPDATED April 20, 2022) Over 200 European Fully Vaccinated Athletes Have Died or Became Seriously Ill From “Sudden” Heart Attacks In the Past 5 Months. Soccer players were required to be fully vaccinated in early 2021.

We took a long time for this research, selecting each case individually. Was there a noticeably extremely high number of “sudden and unexpected” deaths in sport and top-class sport recently? No official can explain a possible accumulation since the start of gene vaccinations. Hmmmmm?

Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan below talks about hospitals being currently overwhelmed BUT not with Covid patients. He has no idea as to why this is happening????

Our hospitals are under enormous pressure but not from covid patients. This is the same in the rest of Australia. This has been something no one has ever seen before, the growth in demand in our hospitals, why it is is hard, hard to know.” says Premier McGowan.

McGowan Suggests that the cause is a DELAYED COVID response. Even thought the his state has had only 1,112 Covid cases. On the other hand his State has had mass vaccinations and 81% are vaccinated totaling 2,102,000 people vaccinated.

Funny he wouldn’t consider that maybe the vaccines may be causing adverse events as doctors worldwide had predicted. Hmmmmm.

How would 1,112 DELAYED COVID response cases cause hospitals to be overwhelmed?

Or maybe it is the 2,102,000 vaccinated people that are now having serious health issues as predicted?

You decide.

A List of World Class Athletes Who Died Or Suffered Severe Injuries After COVID-19 Vaccine

A mere 18 months ago, IF multiple world-class athletes starting dropping dead on the field in front of fans and live TV audiences would be the top news story on every station across the entire world – yet now we face exactly that situation and the news media is silent.

Here is a list of top athletes from around the world that, in just the last few weeks and months, have either died or been left injured by the COVID-19 vaccines.

Kjeld Nuis: 31-Year-Old Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist And World Record Holder Speed Skater Developed Pericarditis After Pfizer Vaccine

Dutch speed skater Kjeld Nuis was diagnosed with pericarditis a week after his first Pfizer vaccine in July. The two-time Olympic gold medalist posted on his Instagram that he was experiencing severe flu symptoms and chest pressure before being diagnosed by his doctor and cardiologist with an inflamed pericardium.

Nuis initially reported that he was very sick, but later posted on his Instagram that he was recovering well fortunately due to his sports doctor and cardiologist’s early diagnosis.

“Exactly 2 weeks ago today I was in the hospital with an inflamed pericardium. Fortunately, my sports doctor was there very early and examined me together with the cardiologist.”

Read the full story here.

Pedro Obiang: 29-Year-Old Professional Footballer Suffered Myocarditis After COVID-19 Vaccine, Still Sidelined 5 Months Later

Former West Ham United player Pedro Obiang was diagnosed with myocarditis after his COVID-19 vaccination in July. The 29-year-old was hospitalized with heart problems for 10-15 days. He was omitted from all sporting activities for a minimum of 6 months after his diagnosis.

A doctor was quoted saying:

“The player [Obiang] came to us for his annual check-up to confirm his competitive fitness. We noticed some anomalies that were not supposed to be there so we scheduled a heart test the next day at the Humanitas Hospital in Milan.

The next day, Friday (July 9), in agreement with the doctors of Sassuolo, we had him admitted to the Polyclinic, where he remained for about 10-15 days. He was there diagnosed with myocarditis.

He had been vaccinated three to five days before, like all the players.”

Obiang who currently plays as a midfielder for Italian football club Sassuolo and the Equatorial Guinea national team hasn’t returned to the pitch since his diagnosis in July.

Read the full story here.

Yusuke Kinoshita: 27-Year-Old Professional Baseball Player Died 5 Weeks After COVID-19 Vaccination

Japanese baseball player Yusuke Kinoshita died 5 weeks after his COVID-19 vaccination. The 27-year-old, who played for the Chunichi Dragons, collapsed during rehabilitation training on his right shoulder on July 6th and was rushed to hospital where he was put on a ventilator. He died without regaining consciousness on August 3rd. He had received his vaccine eight days prior to his collapse.

The owner of the Chunichi Dragons, Uichiro Oshima, said shortly before his death:

“I’ve heard that he became sick after his vaccination. He is hospitalized and currently fighting for his life. I don’t know the causal relationship between his vaccination and collapse.”

The 27-year-old pitcher from Osaka is said to have exercised intensely immediately after his vaccination which may have been the cause of his collapse and death.

Read the full story here.

Brandon Goodwin: 26-Year-Old NBA Player Suffered Blood Clots Shortly After His COVID-19 Vaccination, Still Sidelined 7 Months Later

Former Atlanta Hawks point guard Brandon Goodwin developed blood clots after the COVID vaccine which resulted in him missing the end of the 2020-21 NBA season.

In a video posted on Twitch on September 29th, Goodwin said: “Yes, the vaccine ended my season. One thousand percent.” He also said that he was told: “not to say anything about it, not to tell anybody.”

He continued:

“I got sick and I never quite recovered from it. I would always have back pain, I was just super tired in the games. I felt like I couldn’t run up and down the court. My back was hurting. My back really started hurting bad. Then, I’m like, ‘OK. I need to go to the doctor. That’s when I found out I had blood clots. That all happened within the span of a month. I was fine until then. I was fine up until I took the vaccine, I was fine.”

Goodwin admitted in the video that he has concerns about his future in the NBA:

“I don’t know where I’m playing at this year. I’m not going to lie to y’all, I don’t know.”

The point guard hasn’t returned to the NBA since developing blood clots from the vaccine 7 months ago.

Read the full story here.

Greg Van Avermaet: Former Olympic Road Cycling Champion Quits Cycling World Cup Due To Vaccine Side-Effects

The 2016 olympic gold medal cyclist Greg Van Avermaet didn’t participate in this year’s World Championships after saying his immune system had been compromised by the Pfizer vaccine he received in June.

“My blood values show nothing. Perfect, as always, which is also my great strength. But other data shows that there is something wrong with my immune system. My body is fighting an unknown adversary and that is probably the vaccine. I sleep well, train well and feel good, but I am missing 3% of my top form.”

Van Avermaet wasn’t the first top professional cyclist to raise concerns about the effects of the vaccine on his performance. In July, following the Tour de France, Astana-Premier Tech’s Jakob Fuglsang, who did not start the final stage of the race due to illness and sat 38th overall following the previous day’s individual time trial, said he believed that being vaccinated lay behind his lackluster performance in the three-week race.

Read the full story here.

Francesca Marcon: 38-Year-Old Volleyball Player Developed Pericarditis After Her Second Pfizer Vaccine

Italian volleyball player Francesca Marcon immediately suffered from shortness of breath and chest pains after her Pfizer vaccination on August 3rd. She went to the emergency room the next day where doctors diagnosed her with pericarditis. The volleyball player shared her experience on Instagram:

“Perhaps this speech of mine may be a bit blasphemous, but I ask myself: is there no form of compensation for those who suffer health damage after getting the vaccine? I state that I am not anti-vax but I have never been convinced of taking this vaccine and now I understand why. I don’t know if you are interested but I have had and still have post-vaccine pericarditis. Who pays the price for all this?”

Read the full story here.

Antoine Méchin: 32-Year-Old Triathlete Suffered Blood Clots After Moderna Vaccine, Possible End Of Career

French triathlete Antoine Méchin was forced to suspend his season in September after a severe adverse reaction to the Moderna vaccine. Méchin received his first dose on June 28th and his second on August 16th. He suffered shortness of breath and lower back pain after the injection. Several tests later showed that he suffered from a pulmonary embolism as a result of the vaccine. Méchin is still recovering to this day.

He said after his diagnosis:

“I am now getting treatment and I hope to regain my lung capacity (in 3-6-9-12 months?) Until then: rest and low intensity for several months.

Damaging healthy people to preserve the health of the weakest, a choice of backward logic. I would not get vaccinated if it had to be done again.”

Read the full story here.

Kyle Warner: Professional Mountain Biker Suffered Several Health Problems After Pfizer Vaccine, Possible End Of Career

Professional mountain biker Kyle Warner was diagnosed with pericarditis and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome after the Pfizer vaccine. He shared his vaccine injury on his YouTube channel at the start of October.

“The second thing [besides pericarditis] that I’ve been dealing with this whole time has been something called POTS (Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome). I got that diagnosed the other day at the cardiologist’s office, and what was really hard is that he told me that they’re not sure how to treat it.

He then told me that it could take 12-18 months to heal from this. I was kind of shocked when I heard that. I came home and broke down crying, mostly out of frustration. Frustration that there’s not really a clear path forward. I think that’s been the hardest thing with this situation.”

Kyle also shared his story at a roundtable discussion with COVID-19 vaccine-injured and medical experts on federal vaccine mandates in the US Senate on November 3rd. Citizens suffering from vaccine-induced injuries traveled from all across the US to share their stories in the nation’s capital. 

Read the full story here.

Jeremy Chardy: 34-Year Old Former World No. 25 Tennis Player Ends Season After ‘Violent, Near Paralyzing Pain’ From Vaccine Injury

Veteran French tennis player Jeremy Chardy suspended his season in September after suffering a debilitating reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine.

Chardy told the press:

“Since I had my vaccine (between the Olympics and the US Open), I have a problem. I am struggling. I can’t train, I can’t play. In my head, it’s difficult because I don’t know how long it will last. For now, my season is over and I don’t know when it will resume.

It’s frustrating because I started the year really well. I was playing very good and then I went to the Olympic Games where I also felt very good. It’s frustrating, especially that I don’t have ten years left to play. I regret having the vaccine, but I could not have known that this would happen.”

He admitted that he’s concerned about his tennis career:

“I’ll be 35 in February so right now I might be a bit negative but this is the first time I have ever thought that this season might be my last. I don’t want to think about it … it’s difficult because I was having fun and I want to play longer.”

Chardy hasn’t returned to the court since his vaccine injury in early September.

Read the full story here.

Florian Dagoury: World Record Holder In Static Breath-Hold Freediving Developed Myocarditis and Pericarditis After Pfizer Vaccine, Possible End Of Career

Florian Dagoury, currently the world’s top static breath-hold free diver, was diagnosed with myocarditis and pericarditis 40 days after his second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. He is known for holding his breath for 10 minutes and 30 seconds. The elite Freedriver, of French origin and based in Thailand, experienced a significant decrease in his breath-hold ability and went to a cardiologist who told him that it’s a common side effect of the Pfizer vaccine. He wrote on Instagram:

“After my 2nd dose, I noticed that my heart rate was way higher than normal and my breath hold capacities went down significantly. During sleep, I’m at 65-70bpm instead of 37-45bpm. During the day, I’m now always over 100bpm instead of 65bpm, even when I sit down and relax. I once even reached 177bpm while having dinner with friends !!!! 10 days after my 2nd jab, I went to see a cardiologist and he told me it’s a common side effect of Pfizer vaccine, nothing to worry about, just rest it will pass.

40 days after my 2nd jab, I had no progress so I went to see another cardiologist and got diagnosed with Myocarditis, Pericarditis and Trivial Mitral regurgitation! Which is basically an inflammation of the heart muscles caused by the immune system and some tiny leaks of blood from the valves that no longer close properly. I’m now struggling to reach 8min breath hold, 150m dyn and I even have a strong urge to breathe doing 40m dives. 30% decrease on my diving performance roughly.” 

Read the full story here.

Haziq Kamaruddin: 27-Year-Old Two-Time Olympic Archer Died 10 Days After Pfizer Vaccine

Malaysian archer Haziq Kamaruddin died at the age of 27 on May 14th after collapsing at his home days after receiving Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. The two-time Olympic archer died of a blocked coronary artery. Kamaruddin received the first dose of the vaccine on April 13th. He received the second dose on May 4th and posted a photo to Instagram.

Kamaruddin represented Malaysia at the 2012 London and 2016 Rio Games and was hoping to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics this summer, with the qualification competition to be held in Paris in June. He was also a member of his country’s recurve team which won silver at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games.


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