Hundreds of athletes suddenly dying

Over 270 athletes and former athletes in the United States have died from cardiac arrests or other serious issues after taking COVID-19 vaccines, according to data from a recent peer-reviewed letter to the editor.

Authored by structural biologist Panagis Polykretis, and board-certified internist and cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough, the letter’s cited data found that from 2021 to 2022, at least 1,616 cardiac arrests or other major medical issues have been globally documented in vaccinated athletes, with 1,114 of those being fatal.

The global data also showed that between 2021 to 2022, former and current American athletes made up 279 of the mortalities.

[A study by Maron on sudden death in US athletes, from 1980 to 2006 in thirty-eight sports identified 1,866 deaths of athletes with cardiac disease, with a prevalence of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. 2005 to 2006 averaged sixty-six (66) deaths per year, with 82% of those occurring during competition or training.]

The letter’s data comes from a compilation of news reports on medical emergencies in both professional and unprofessional vaccinated athletes. Vaccine statutes are deduced based on the affected person’s statements or vaccine mandates issued by their employers or schools.

Athletes have a lower chance of cardiac arrest and sudden cardiac death as compared to nonathletes. A 2016 U.S. study calculated that nonathletes, compared to athletes, have a 29 times higher chance of sudden cardiac death.

One of the reasons is because “athletes are screened out for the common causes of sudden death on the playing field,” McCullough told The Epoch Times.

Players are screened for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, which makes up almost 50 percent of sudden cardiac deaths in athletes, as well as other less common heart abnormalities.

The intensive screening is what makes competitive-level sports safer than everyday sporting activities, McCullough argued.

Sudden Cardiac Deaths in Athletes Increased After Vaccination

McCullough pointed to a European study that tracked sudden cardiac deaths in professional European athletes over 38 years from 1966 to 2004. The study reported 1,101 sudden cardiac deaths over the interval, which Polykretis estimated would be around 29 deaths per year.

Read the full article.

Remember when it was shocking when an athlete died while in competition? …when the 28-year old Olympic skater Sergei Grinkov died of a heart attack during practice in 1995  Skating colleagues remember Sergei Grinkov, 25 years after his death – OlympicTalk | NBC Sports – the world was shocked, because it was unusual then for a fit, young athlete to have a heart attack and die.  Now, it’s commonplace (4-min. video teenagers and athletes die of heart attacks or sudden collapses around the world WHY ARE HEALTHY ATHLETES COLLAPSING – YouTube), and gov. health agencies call it Sudden Adult Death Syndrome instead of investigating it.

View the list of deaths on this website:

The International Olympic Committee in Lausanne, Switzerland, studied documents from international data banks from 1966 to 2004. Those documents indicate 1,101 sudden deaths in athletes under 35 years of age, an average of 29 athletes per year, the sports with the highest incidence being soccer and basketball. (NIH Document)

What are the players and young people dying from as they play sports and when they die in their sleep? Watch Dr. Peter McCullough explain how rises in norepinephrine could be the internal trigger after the body has been damaged from covid vaccination.

Some players like tennis player Novak Djokovic and basketball player Kyrie Irving choose to stand their grand and not be vaccinated.

UK football legend and sports commentator, Matt Le Tissier, has been speaking out about the large number of athletes who have collapsed or died on the field, and has lost his job as a result. 

And yet, many more athletes will never be the same again, although they live despite their vaccine injuries.

Alphonso Davies: Fully Vaccinated Football Star Develops Myocarditis

Bayern Munich football star Alphonso Davies has been sidelined after he was diagnosed with myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle). 

Davies, who is considered one of the best full-backs in the world, will be out of action for at least “the coming weeks” after the heart diagnosis.

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