Athlete collapses and deaths chart from January 1 2021 April 21, 2022.


Via Goodsciencing.com:

It is definitely not normal for so many mainly young athletes to suffer from cardiac arrests or to die while playing their sport, but this year it is happening. Many of these heart issues and deaths come shortly after they got a COVID vaccine. While it is possible this can happen to people who did not get a COVID vaccine, the sheer numbers clearly point to the only obvious cause.

The so-called health professionals running the COVID vaccine programs around the world keep repeating that “the COVID vaccine is a normal vaccine and it is safe and effective.”

In response to their pronouncement, we have prepared [at link below] is a non-exhaustive and continuously growing list of mainly young athletes who had major medical issues in 2021/2022 after receiving one or more COVID vaccines.

Initially, many of these were not reported. We know that many people were told not to tell anyone about their adverse reactions and the media was not reporting them. They started happening and ramping up after the first COVID vaccinations. The mainstream media still are not reporting most, but sports news cannot ignore the fact that soccer players and other stars collapse in the middle of a game due to a sudden cardiac arrest. Many of those die – more than 50%.

We also note that many posts in Facebook, Instagram, twitter, forums and news stories are being removed. So now we are receiving some messages saying there is no proof of the event or of vaccination status. That is partly because this information is being hidden.

More people are writing to tell us that in many cases, we didn’t mention a person’s vaccination status. There is a good reason for that. None of the clubs want to reveal this information. None of their sponsors want to reveal it. The players have been told not to reveal it. Most of their relatives will not mention it. None of the media are asking this question. So what should we do? Stop this now?

No, we will collect as much information as we can, while it is still available, because eventually, more information will come out, and we will be here to put it together. Will it mean anything? We don’t know. What we do know is that there is a concerted world-wide effort to make this information go away, so that fact alone tells us it must be collected, investigated and saved so other researchers can look at it to see if there are any useful patterns.

942 Athlete Cardiac Arrests, Serious Issues, 621 Dead, After COVID Shot (Real Science)


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  1. Conor McGrane

    The rise in deaths mirrors the pandemic but the obvious answer that it is Covid that is driving this isn’t even considered here…..
    Covid infection causes pericarditis and myocarditis as well as increasing the risk of death.

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      Covid hasn’t killed anyone, but the vaccine has killed BILLIONS!!!1!!eleventy!!


      1. GiggidyGoo

        What a sad, sad existence you have making up childish words, and posting here, on Twitter (Nitter) and Politics.ie. Always the same tripe.

        1. Daisy Chainsaw

          Stalking me Gaslighty? I suppose it gives you something to do, but it comes across as pretty desperate.

          1. Daisy Chainsaw

            And how do you find me “in all sorts of places”? Have you alerts set up? Do you follow all my accounts under a fake name so I won’t suss that it’s you? I can just see you burrowning through various social media platforms and noticeboards like Lemmiwinks through Mr Slave!!

            Have you subscribed to my Onlyfans account yet?

    2. Cui Bono?

      No, the pandemic started in early 2020, this is data from after the vaccines came out from January 1 2021 to April 21, 2022. People of athletic age only started getting the vaccines in summer 2021 and this is when the rise in collapses and deaths begin.

      1. Nigel

        Which ignores that fact that there wasn’t much athletic activity going on during the pandemic, but that it increased after the vaccine rollout, which naturally corresponded with an increase in injuries, which doesn’t prove that there has been a signficant increase in sporting injuries and collapses compared to a previous period with a similar level of activity, and even if it did, it doesn’t prove that it was an effect of the vaccines rather than an effect of covid or some other cause, or mix of causes, entirely.

        1. Cui Bono?

          You’re talking nonsense as usual and still in denial.

          Sports continued throughout 2020 and into 2021. Look at football for example, there were limits on fans entering the stadiums but the professional footballers continued to play as normal.

          1. Nigel

            So there was no reduction of sporting events during lockdown AT ALL and no increase in sporting events when restrictions were lifted? Wow, you had a wildly different pandemic to everyone else.

          2. Cui Bono?

            The football leagues of Europe continued on playing every week Nigel. There was only a few breaks but they were all playing as normal long before the vaccines came out.

    3. Dav

      If this were the case though, wouldn’t it help for clubs to reveal prior infection information? Maybe I’m missing something, but that hiding infection rates makes less sense than hiding vaccination status

    4. SOQ

      Pretty sure that if the CoVid-19 infections were what was causing the pericarditis and myocarditis, they would be shouting it from the roof tops- but they are not.

      According to cardiologist experts like Peter McCullough, the vaccine induced pericarditis and myocarditis is way more serious, and much more likely to be permanent, than anything due to natural causes.

      But, even if it was the case that the virus causes such, that does not exclude the vaccines, because it is not an either /or. The core point is there is a reluctant, if not a downright refusal, to investigate such- which if true, will go down in history as the largest case of medical negligence in our life times.

      1. Nigel

        ‘Pretty sure’

        Not exactly conclusive, is it?

        ‘and much more likely’

        Speculation really does a lot of heavy lifting for you, doesn’t it?

        ‘because it is not an either /or.’

        Finally, something sensible.

        ‘ The core point is there is a reluctant, if not a downright refusal, to investigate such- ‘

        Who’s refusing to investigate? You’re confusing your favourite experts’ penchant for speculation, conjecture and assertion with actual in-depth studies which take longer to perform and evalautae than it takes to throw up a tik-tok.

        1. SOQ

          A load of nit picking which says absolutely nothing.

          Put up or shut up- name your experts if you are so well researched?

          1. SOQ

            Well if you have such strong views on the subject I assume you are following people who work in the field?

          2. Nigel

            I don’t need any experts to point out the faults in your logic and your occasional lies. My strong views are on the shoddiness of the disinformation you propogate, which only requires cursory analaysis to detect. Incidentally, one of your many flaws is making constant appeals to authority to paper over the cracks in the nonsense you come out with.

          3. Nigel

            Well, yes, Giggidy, you would need an expert, probably a whole panel of experts, to show you the flaws in SOQ’s logic.

          4. GiggidyGoo

            Why would we need experts when we have you Nigel. After all, as proven over the weekend, you haven’t your finger firmly on the pulse of the subject of renewable energy, an area of your paraded ‘expertise’. (Did you like that word – ‘proven’?)

          5. Nigel

            Luckily I never claimed to be an expert or to even have my finger on the pulse, otherwise you’d have finally succeeded in your primary aim in life, and have nothing left to do.

          6. GiggidyGoo

            No – you never said you were an expert. However, you’ve hundreds of posts on BS to try give the impression you have some expertise in subjects, qand the finger on the pulse. – Climate, Covid, Sex, etc. yet you know very little and run away when the going gets tough.

            I’m patiently awaiting the quotation in inverted commas, taken out of context, with some diversionary, childish remark.

          7. Nigel

            I post links on a subject that interests me. I do not claim to have exhaustive knowledge or be an authority of any kind. Anything else you read into it, apparently based on personal animus, is your problem, not mine.

          8. GiggidyGoo

            You post some links – but that’s not all you do. You argue and argue, posting childish run-aways when you’ve reached rock bottom. So, yes, apart from your links, you try to give an air of expertise in your own writings – an expertise that you now, at least, admit you don’t have.

            Your animus towards SOQ and others is well recorded, so you can toddle off with that accusation, or else consider taking on board the Pot Kettle Black phrase as it relates to yourself.

    5. K. Cavan

      You didn’t actually look at the chart, did you Conor? It doesn’t mirror the fake pandemic, it mirrors the fake vaccines. Either you’re being deliberately disingenuous or you’re blinded by dogma.
      In Sara’s case we know it’s dogma, so much dogma, it’s barking.

    1. K. Cavan

      No alternative facts or figures to present, andrew, no? Are you allegeding that someone put together deliberately false figures?
      So you make an unsubstantiated claim of a Conspiracy Theory?

    1. Broadbag

      In the Government Overreach section don’t forget to watch ‘Eyes Wide Open – The Covid Scam’.

      This website seems very reliable and has no agenda.

      1. K. Cavan

        I’m sure you believe that the fake vaccines work & are safe, Broadbag? The drug companies did all those “trials” & supplied all that info & you swallowed it. Then you start getting sniffy about agendas? Are you for real?

    2. Ronan


      Anti-Vax, pro-Ivermectin, Co2 driven climate change denial, masks are ineffective/harmful, world leaders in conspiracy to speak in lockstep, don’t vaccinate children, ding athletes, covid scam.

      They don’t name themselves, just say they are ‘a small team of investigators, news editors, journalists and truth seekers’.

      So not scientists.

      This is basically the equivalent of Rense, if anyone remembers rense.

      1. K. Cavan

        No, Ronan, no idea what you’re talking about. Ivermectin works, the fake vaccines don’t, neither do masks or lockdowns, all this is proven beyond doubt, at this stage.
        It’s not your fault you got it so utterly wrong, you were misled, that’s all you’re guilty of, until you pursue your dogma to the point of idiotic denial, that’s on you.

  2. Termagant

    Which do you think is more likely, that they contracted stealth COVID and the authorities are keeping it a secret for some reason or that they developed heart problems after taking a vaccine that’s been strongly correlated with the development of heart problems

    1. Nigel

      So you think the only possibly reason you wouldn’t know whether they had covid would be the government keeping it secret? No privacy issues? No reporting issues?

      1. K. Cavan

        Privacy issues!? Reporting issues!? When people are being asked to supply details of vaccination and/or negative tests to security staff, waiters, bouncers, etc at airlines, pubs, restaurants & cafés, to name a few?
        Not to mention that the point of Termagant’s post clearly went over your head & around your shoulders.

  3. Nigel

    Did something happen in 2021-2022 whereby sporting events were for a while not very numerous, and then began to increase sharpply, with a corresponding increase in athletes injured during sporting events? Also, was there an airborne respiratory disease with long-term health effects? Do these elements make such limited, superficial conclusion-driven analysis highly suspect?

    The answer to all these questions, is yes.

    1. Zaccone

      Almost every major professional sport was operating at a similar level in January 2021 as in January 2022. Fans weren’t in arenas in certain regions, but the athletes were all still playing. That doesn’t account for any difference in data.

      You’re living under a pretty big rock, or just being willfully ignorant/obtuse, if you’re unaware of professional sports all having been back.

      1. Nigel

        Perhaps a chart for sporting activity levels across the time period in the areas where the injuries are occurring would be useful for context?

    2. K. Cavan

      Again, you accepted the results of “trials” conducted by corporations with a huge financial stake in the results, without question, even when Big Pharma demanded protection from normal laws relating to possible contraindications.
      Your querying of these results is clearly rationalisation, based on the results clashing with your dogma.
      How would you accept these results, Nigel, who would have to present them, to convince you? I’d suggest the only sources you believe are utterly, undeniably compromised, already.

  4. jonjoker

    No Connor, it doesn’t. This graph as presented doesn’t mirror the pandemic, unless the pandemic began in January 2021.
    As it stands, as far as I can see, it follows the roll out of the vaccines.
    I’m open to other suggestions and of course fuller information.

    1. Nigel

      I don’t think there were that many sporting events occuring prior to the rollout of the vaccine, either.

      1. jonjoker

        “I don’t think” you say now, but earlier you wrote
        “Not exactly conclusive, is it?”
        “Speculation really does a lot of heavy lifting for you, doesn’t it?”
        To me this looks like the pot calling the kettle black.

        1. Nigel

          So, do you think the language I use accurately reflects the level of certaintly most of us hold about sporting activities before vaccine rollout but during covid restrictions? You think I’m speculating about it? You think it’s inconclusive?

      2. K. Cavan

        Exactly, Nigel, all things being equal, you’ve just sunk your own claim in your earlier post, that frequency of sporting events are responsible for this incredible increase, among the group, it must be reiterated, that are the least likely to suffer these particular incidents. This is not “conclusion-driven analysis”, whatever that’s supposed to be, it’s simply mapping occurances, simply data. And it will keep coming & it will continue to expose the criminality that our governments engaged in.
        Such copium, it’s almost funny to observe, except that these are innocent victims of unethical medical practices which you enthusiastically supported.

  5. E'Matty

    My work colleague was out last week after going to hospital with severe chest pains, which he has experienced since his booster in Feb. On Friday, he reported that his consultant surgeon advises that he needs a heart by-pass as his coronary capillaries are clogged with blood clots. He’s 27. But, totally normal…

    1. Nigel

      Yes! It is! The idea that coronary problems don’t occur in young people is a myth experts have been trying to bust for decades!

      Best wshes to the guy, though, that’s rough.

    2. SOQ

      Mad isn’t it?

      An industry which has already received the largest criminal fines in history, which then tried to hide the vaccine side effect list for 75 years, must be defended at all costs. It couldn’t possibly be the vaccines- cognitive dissonance on a scale I have never seen before.

      Serious concerns about pilots in the US since that guy Bob Snow had a heart attack six minutes after landing a plane full of passengers. It appears that there is a certain level of low altitude where the other pilot would just not have the time to take control upon such an occurrence.

      1. Nigel

        ‘It couldn’t possibly be the vaccines’

        I love how you elide your absolute certainty, based entirely on correlation and bias and deliberatley faulty statistics, that it is the vacoine.

      2. Cian

        US pilot (30+ years experience – so in his 50s) gets vaccine in November.

        Has heart attack in April.

        It MuSt hAvE bEeN tHe VacCiNe!

        Dr Peter McCullough, a leading cardiologist and epidemiologist said if there is no other explanation, and in the absence of coronary disease, heart calcification, and critical blockages, it may well have been vaccine-induced myocarditis.

        1. GiggidyGoo

          ‘A first class medical certificate is required for all pilots involved in commercial aviation. This certificate follows the most restrictive medical standards. The holder of a medical certificate must be mentally and physically fit to exercise the privileges of the applicable license safely.

          First class medical certificate requirements include checks of eyesight, ears, psychical examination, electrocardiogram (ECG), lung function, cholesterol blood, hemoglobin blood, chest X-ray, urine, period of validity. ECG can show disorders of the heart rhythm or of the conduction of the impulses, and sometimes it can show a lack of blood supplying the heart muscle. ‘ etc.

          ‘A Class 1 medical certificate is valid for 12 months, unless you are 40 or over and carry out single pilot commercial air transport operations carrying passengers; or you are over 60. In both cases, it is 6 months.’

          No history of heart problems – proven by his yearly (or twice-yearly) medical examinations.

          (30+ experience in his profession – what has that got to do with health?)

          1. Cian

            As I mentioned in the original post, his 30+ experience indicates he is (at least) in his 50s.

            The fact that a first class medical certificate is needed by him every 6 months suggests to me that health issues can crop up quickly. But I’m not a medical expert.

        2. SOQ

          There will come a point when you arrogant fupps are going to have to admit you are wrong, but unfortunately by then there will be many more dead and injured.

          The most accurate data to date comes from the US army because they must keep it.

          Myocardial infarction (heart attack) – 269 per cent increase

          Bell’s palsy – 291 per cent increase

          Congenital malformations (for children of military personnel) – 156 per cent increase

          Female infertility – 471 per cent increase

          Pulmonary embolisms – 467 per cent increase

          There is absolutely no reason to assume that these finding are not replicated elsewhere- none. But will you then hold your hands up and admit to it? Will you hell.

          Search for I AM SEEING CANCERS TAKE OFF LIKE WILDFIRES AFTER THE VACCINE, SAYS US DOCTOR on the Conservative Woman site- for some reason it is being blocked on here.

          1. Cian


            Editor’s Note: After publication of this opinion piece, the Department of Defense reported the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database underreported the number of medical conditions between 2016 and 2020. The opinion piece below was written before information for years 2016 through 2020 was amended in the database. In the interest of accuracy, we have removed the rest of the post.

          2. SOQ

            This is not from the blaze website?

            It wasn’t published until the 31st December which is five days after the Blaze article was retracted.

  6. Ten Pin's Fictitious Mrs.

    Nick Kelly still flogging charts by transition year level nut jobs and waiting on his Pulitzer.

  7. Wrong said Fred

    Where are the pre-covid numbers?
    As noted by several above, there wasn’t much sporting activity going on in Jan ’21 because of the delta related restrictions.
    A graph from 2018/19 would be useful to compare it to but even if it is showing an increase there is nothing to say it’s not related to the covid rather than the vaccine.

    1. jonjoker

      Yes graphs from other years would be very helpful.
      Further investigation is needed, because the graph does pretty much follow the rollout of the vaccine.

      1. K. Cavan

        Who do you reckon is going to do that further investigation, jonjoker?
        Like it or not, it will be independent organisations & groups, not the State, not Big Pharma, for obvious reasons, right? Yet these, compromised sources are the only people the Covidiots will believe, since they’ll impugn everyone else & ascribe malign motives to any who’s results they don’t like.
        Either way, when this, eventually becomes undeniable, they’ll still deny it, because it’s not & has never been about science for anyone who supported or pushed the fake vaccines & the fake pandemic, who are patently driven by neo-religious dogmatism & extremist political beliefs.

  8. Clampers Outside

    May I have the same graph for 2017, 2018 and 2019 please Carol…. Or as many years as you can, thanks.

      1. andrew

        So insightful of you

        I wonder why, ahem, “Goodsciencing” don’t provide it… any thoughts on that?

        1. Cian

          (a) it’s not good?
          (b) it’s not science?
          (c) all of the above?

          Some of their ‘evidence’:
          12/04/2022 South Carolina, USA Dead
          Cedric McMillan (44), Bodybuilder has been absent from the bodybuilding circuit over the past couple of seasons due to a number of injuries and health complications. He died after a cardiac arrest.
          aside: he had COVID in 2020

          10/04/2022 Ontario, Canada Dead
          Desai Williams (62) Runner on Canada’s 4×100-metre relay that won bronze at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. He died. Cause of death not released.

          1. K. Cavan

            When you have to resort to “all of the above” by point C, your cope becomes exposed as pathetic, Cian.
            Anyway, go get your next booster, the more people get them, the sooner you’ll know. Actually, get two.

          2. andrew

            K Cavan, how about you apply some intelligence to your comments?

            “Goodsciencing” are the ones putting out this rubbish – it’s for them to substantiate it, not for Cian to disprove it

            Let me help with a puerile illustration: “A man’s balls are full of weewee”. And my source is that my nan told me that. So it’s up to you to disprove that, is it?

    1. K. Cavan

      The information super-highway is your lobster, Clampers. Bring us back the results, if you dare, missing you already.

  9. K. Cavan

    So, apparently now, we’re dealing with a Respiratory Virus that infects athletes, doesn’t show up on any of those “accurate” test, even when severely infected enough to have active transfection, leaves the athletes feeling well enough to engage in their sport, yet induces heart attacks?
    This is Clownworld idiocy, taken to ridiculous levels of delusion. I can’t wait to hear these Covidians blame the increase in cancer metastasis on Sars02, also. Covid, it seems was the least of it’s effects.

  10. Jusiph

    A chart without any source referenced. A chart with an incredibly wide-reaching scope! Has there ever been a more far-reaching survey than obtaining accurate statstics from every single athlete in the world? What’s the definition of an athlete for the purposes of this survey?

    My warm congratulations for the tireless work of the statisticians who dilligently obtained all this accurate information from every athlete in every country in the world during the pandemic and then for adjusting it accordingly to ensure consistency with the same information harvested in the years gone by (but unfortunately missing from this chart). Without doubt the most comprehensive survey ever undertaken.

    1. andrew

      Every cardiac arrest must prompt the question of when the the patient consumed his/her last bacon butty
      Every cardiac arrest must prompt the question of when the the patient last walked 3 miles
      Every cardiac arrest must prompt the question of when the the patient last consumed excessive quantities of alcohol
      Every cardiac arrest must prompt the question of when the the patient last used tobacco
      Every cardiac arrest must prompt the question of when the the patient last self-asphyxiated


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