Greater than 769 athletes have collapsed on the sector throughout a recreation from March 2021 to March 2022. The stunning statistic was revealed by One America Information Community (OAN), which additionally discovered the typical age of the athletes who suffered cardiac arrest is simply 23 years outdated.1 The unprecedented surge in cardiac arrest and different coronary heart points amongst elite athletes coincides with the rollout of COVID-19 jabs.
The Miami Open made headlines in early April 2022 after 15 gamers — all of whom had reportedly acquired COVID-19 injections2 — dropped out. Amongst them have been favorites Paula Badosa and Jannik Sinner. Badosa left the court docket in tears after changing into unwell, and Sinner’s opponent mentioned he noticed him “bend over” on the court docket, noting “it was very unusual.”3 Even the followers have been confused, with one stating, “What’s going on?”4
As Pearson Sharp of OAN defined, “These are simply two of greater than 769 athletes who’ve collapsed throughout a recreation, on the sector, over the past yr.” He continued:5
“What number of 23-year-old athletes have been collapsing and struggling coronary heart assaults earlier than this yr? Are you aware any 23-year-old individuals who had coronary heart assaults prior to now? And these are simply those we learn about. What number of have gone unreported? Almost 800 athletes — younger, match folks within the prime of life — falling down on the sector. Actually, 500% extra soccer gamers within the EU are dropping lifeless from coronary heart assaults than only one yr in the past.
Coincidence? When the Pfizer vaccine is understood to trigger coronary heart irritation? No. Actually, many docs treating these gamers listing their accidents and deaths as being straight brought on by the vaccine … This isn’t a coincidence.”
VAERS Could Not Present the Complete Image
As of April 1, 2022, the Vaccine Antagonistic Occasion Reporting System (VAERS), which is the place opposed occasions brought on by COVID-19 jabs within the U.S. are purported to be collected, lists 26,693 deaths together with 147,677 hospitalizations in affiliation with the COVID-19 shot.6 There are additionally 13,677 coronary heart assaults and 38,024 instances of myocarditis (irritation of the center muscle) and pericarditis (irritation of the tissue sac surrounding the center).
Myocarditis and pericarditis trigger signs corresponding to chest ache, shortness of breath and a fluttering or pounding coronary heart. Instances have occurred most frequently after mRNA COVID-19 injections (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), significantly in male adolescents and younger adults, in accordance with the CDC. Additional, myocarditis happens extra typically after the second injection, normally inside every week.7
Previous investigations have proven solely between 1%8 and 10%9 of opposed reactions are ever reported to VAERS, which is a passive, voluntary reporting system, so the precise quantity could possibly be a lot increased. Kyle Warner is one athlete who filed a VAERS report about his personal well being accidents following the COVID-19 jab. It took him 45 minutes to finish — a size of time that many docs can’t or received’t dedicate with regards to reporting opposed vaccine reactions seen amongst their sufferers.
Warner, who’s 29 years outdated, was on the peak of his profession as knowledgeable mountain bike racer when, in June 2021, he bought his second dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 shot. He suffered a response so extreme that, months later, he was nonetheless spending days in mattress, simply overwhelmed by an excessive amount of psychological or bodily exertion.
“I consider the place there’s threat, there must be alternative,” he mentioned.10 As an alternative, “Individuals are being coerced into making a choice primarily based on ignorance versus being satisfied of a choice primarily based on complete info transparency.”11 Regardless of the rising variety of opposed results being reported in VAERS, prime authorities officers, corresponding to NIAID director Dr. Anthony Fauci and CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, have tried to discredit it.
Most notably, this occurred throughout a Senate listening to when each people implied that if an individual had acquired the jab and was then killed in a automobile accident, it’s doable it could possibly be recorded in VAERS as a vaccine damage.12 Nevertheless, whereas anybody could make a report back to VAERS — a part that critics use to say that VAERS can include errors and even false claims — as a result of prolonged and complex submittal course of, opposed occasions are notoriously under- — not over- — reported.
Stunning Tales of Athletes Harmed by COVID-19 Jabs
Warner developed pericarditis, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) and reactive arthritis following his second dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 shot.13 Once more, he’s a younger, world-class athlete whose life has been sidelined by the photographs.
Sadly, many docs are unwilling to acknowledge that the COVID-19 photographs is perhaps associated to sufferers’ damage complaints, and plenty of who’ve been injured discover their tales have remained hidden from public view, with YouTube, Instagram, Fb and different social media platforms censoring their private tales and movies. Some, nevertheless, have made it by means of to mainstream media, together with:
• Florian Dagoury, a world document holder in static breath-hold freediving. After receiving his second dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 injection, he skilled elevated coronary heart fee and a discount in his breath-holding capability. A heart specialist identified him with myocarditis and pericarditis.14 Because of the photographs, Dagoury’s profession could also be over.
• Jeremy Chardy, a 34-year-old skilled tennis participant ranked 73rd on the planet, suspended his season resulting from a extreme opposed response to the COVID-19 shot, which left him unable to have interaction in intense exercise.15
• Veteran triathlete Antoine Méchin, 32, is dealing with the potential finish to his profession after receiving Moderna COVID-19 injections. After his second dose, he started to expertise shortness of breath and low-back ache, which turned out to be a pulmonary embolism.
The signs, which included respiratory issues and arm ache, began after the primary dose, however docs disregarded his shortness of breath as associated to emphasize and fatigue. A couple of month after his second dose, shortness of breath and physique ache returned. Solely after testing at a sports activities clinic was the pulmonary embolism revealed.16
Unprecedented Instances of Athletes Collapsing and Dying
U.Okay. soccer legend and sports activities commentator Matt Le Tissier, featured within the video above, is amongst those that have been talking out concerning the massive variety of athletes who’ve collapsed or died on the sector — and he misplaced his job as a commentator due to it. In an interview with Crimson Voice Media, Le Tissier is requested about his ideas on the surge of cardiac occasions within the sporting world, to which he responded:17
“I’ve by no means seen something prefer it. I performed for 17 years. I do not suppose I noticed one particular person in 17 years have to come back off the soccer pitch with respiratory difficulties, clutching their coronary heart, coronary heart issues …
The final yr, it is simply been unbelievable how many individuals, not simply footballers however sports activities folks on the whole, tennis gamers, cricketers, basketball gamers, simply what number of are simply keeling over. And in some unspecified time in the future, certainly it’s a must to say this is not proper, this must be investigated.”
By December 2021, 300 experiences of athletes collapsing, and a few dying, had already been collected,18 together with high-profile European Soccer star Adama Traore, who clutched his chest and collapsed on the sector. An up to date report by Good Sciencing, a workforce of investigators, information editors, journalists and “fact seekers,” has detailed 890 cardiac arrests and different severe points amongst athletes, together with 579 deaths, following COVID-19 photographs.19
They’re sustaining a “nonexhaustive and repeatedly rising listing of primarily younger athletes who had main medical points in 2021/2022 after receiving a number of COVID vaccines” and word:20
“It’s positively not regular for thus many primarily younger athletes to endure from cardiac arrests or to die whereas enjoying their sport, however this yr it’s occurring. Many of those coronary heart points and deaths come shortly after they bought a COVID vaccine. Whereas it’s doable this will occur to individuals who didn’t get a COVID vaccine, the sheer numbers clearly level to the one apparent trigger.
… Initially, many of those weren’t reported. We all know that many individuals have been instructed to not inform anybody about their opposed reactions and the media was not reporting them. They began occurring and ramping up after the primary COVID vaccinations.
The mainstream media nonetheless aren’t reporting most, however sports activities information can not ignore the truth that soccer gamers and different stars collapse in the course of a recreation resulting from a sudden cardiac arrest. A lot of these die — greater than 50%.
We additionally word that many posts in Fb, Instagram, twitter, boards and information tales are being eliminated. So now we’re receiving some messages saying there isn’t a proof of the occasion or of vaccination standing. That’s partly as a result of this info is being hidden.”
Gary Dempsey, knowledgeable soccer participant with an almost two-decade profession, additionally tweeted simply how uncommon the current wave of cardiac occasions amongst athletes is:21
“Was knowledgeable for practically 20 years. From 1996. Performed practically 500 video games. Membership and worldwide stage. By no means ever was there 1 cardiac arrest. Both within the crowd or a participant. It’s truly fairly scary.”
Coronary heart Points and Bell’s Palsy ‘Via the Roof’
The video above is from a mainstream sports activities channel in Australia,22 detailing one other skilled athlete, Ollie Wines, who’s out of the sport resulting from nausea, dizziness and coronary heart palpitations.
With instances like this changing into inconceivable to disregard, the “Sunday Footy Present” panel speculated that the well being points could possibly be linked to COVID-19 photographs, and one of many hosts acknowledged that a number of gamers have suffered from coronary heart points and Bell’s palsy following COVID-19 booster photographs. “Wards stuffed with folks struggling the identical points,” he mentioned.23
Former skilled footballer Matthew Lloyd, who was lately identified with Bell’s palsy, acknowledged, “Coronary heart points and Bell’s palsy have gone by means of the roof for the reason that boosters and Covid points.”24
Throughout part 3 medical trials of mRNA COVID-19 photographs, extra instances of facial paralysis occurred within the vaccine teams (seven out of 35,654) in comparison with the placebo group (one out of 35,611), main the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration to advisable monitoring vaccine recipients for facial paralysis.25
Lloyd additionally mentioned that he’s heard of many instances of coronary heart points just like Wines’. “We had [sports journalist] Michelangelo Rucci on … and he mentioned that there is a ward stuffed with folks with comparable signs to Ollie Wines — nausea, coronary heart points — so there must be one thing extra to it.”26
It’s well-known that poisonous spike proteins can flow into in your physique after an infection or COVID-19 injection, inflicting injury to cells, tissues and organs. As your coronary heart beats quicker throughout intense athletic exercise, the spike proteins are capable of flow into quicker all through your physique, pointing to a possible purpose why so many athletes are collapsing on the sector.
It’s vital that these tales are heard, so in case you or a beloved one has been injured by a COVID-19 injection, please share your story with us and encourage others you recognize who’ve a narrative to share theirs as effectively.