Posted BY: Margaret Flavin
From January 2021 to April 2022, at least 673 athletes are said to have died from sudden death. This number is only 428 deaths less than the 1100 known to have died as outlined by a study on sudden death in athletes from 1966 through 2004. Those 1101 athlete deaths occurred over almost 40 years and yet 673 died over an only 16 month period since COVID vaccines have been introduced. Good Sciencing has that number closer to 1323 and includes a comprehensive list of each athlete death.
The Gateway Pundit has reported on dozens of these athlete deaths including an 18-year-old high school athlete, a 24-year-old Irish soccer player, a 27-year-old doctor and triathlete and so, so many more.
In a medical journal article entitled ‘Sudden cardiac death in athletes: the Lausanne Recommendations’ from 1966-2004, Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) occurred in 1101 reported cases in athletes under 35 years old. The article shares:
Results: SCD occurred in 1101 (1966-2004) reported cases in athletes under 35 years, 50% had congenital anatomical heart disease and cardiomyopathies and 10% had early-onset atherosclerotic heart disease. Forty percent occurred in athletes under 18 years, 33% under 16 years; the female/male ratio was 1/9. SCD was reported in almost all sports; most frequently involved were soccer (30%), basketball (25%) and running (15%). The PPSP were of varying quality and content. The IOC consensus meeting accepted the proposed Lausanne Recommendations based on this research and expert opinions (http://multimedia.olympic.org/pdf/en_report_886.pdf).