Tennis champ Rafael Nadal has "heart and breathing problems," cyclist Sonny Colbrelli collapses after race
Athletes far and wide keep suffering what seem to be the dire effects of "vaccination"
Cyclist Tim Declerq was felled by pericarditis late last month: https://www.cyclingnews.com/news/declercq-out-of-opening-weekend-with-heart-issue/
Cyclist Greg Van Avermaet “blames lack of form on COVID vaccination”: https://cyclingtips.com/2021/09/greg-van-avermaet-blames-lack-of-form-on-covid-vaccination/
“It’s Like A Needle All The Time Inside” Rafael Nadal Suffers Heart And Breathing Problems
March 22, 2022
In the Indian Wells Masters finals Rafael Nadal suffered heart and breathing problems. “It’s like a needle all the time inside,” was how he described it.
Rafael Nadal was both concerned about a breathing problem and saddened by the end of his incredible winning streak in Indian Wells, when he was defeated by Taylor Fritz.
Sonny Colbrelli hospitalised after collapsing at Volta a Catalunya
March 21, 2022
Italian receives emergency medical care behind screens after taking second in sprint finish
Volta a Catalunya stage 1 sprint in Sant Feliu de Guíxols (Image credit: Sprint Cycling Agency)
There were terrible scenes beyond the finish line on the opening day of the Volta a Catalunya as Sonny Colbrelli of Bahrain Victorious received emergency medical care beyond the finish line in Sant Feliu de Guíxols.
Shortly after Michael Matthews won the stage, the European champion, who had finished second on the uphill sprint, collapsed and required urgent attention.
Cyclingnews was eye-witness to the scene as medics administered treatment, pumping the rider's chest. The team told Cyclingnews that a heart defibrillator was only used to check his heart rate.
Screens were erected around Colbrelli and four ambulances soon appeared on the scene. The Italian rider was transported by ambulance to hospital roughly 45 minutes following the finish of the stage. He was said to be conscious.
What doesn't kill you (in this case) makes you weaker.
The New Normal.