By Ramon Tomey
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Nearly 800 athletes believed to have been injected with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine have collapsed on the field between March 2021 and March 2022.

One America News (OAN) revealed the shocking number during an April 10 news report by journalist Pearson Sharp. His report also revealed that the average age of athletes experiencing cardiac issues following COVID-19 vaccination is 23.

Sharp cited 15 vaccinated tennis players who were forced to drop out of the Miami Open early that month due to cardiac issues. Crowd favorites Paula Badosa of Spain and Jannik Sinner of Italy were among the 15 athletes who quit the tournament. (Related: A shocking 15 fully vaxxed tennis players withdraw from Miami Open due to serious health issues.)

A tearful Badosa left the tennis court after experiencing chest pain. Sinner’s opponent, Argentinian Francisco Cerundolo, saw the Italian player “bend over” on the court and noted how “it was very strange.”

“These are just two of more than 769 athletes who have collapsed during a game, on the field, over the last year,” Sharp remarked. “Nearly 800 athletes – young, fit people in the prime of life – falling down on the field. In fact, 500 percent more soccer players in the [European Union] are dropping dead from heart attacks than just one year ago.”

“How many 23-year-old athletes were collapsing and suffering heart attacks before this year? Do you know any 23-year-old people who had heart attacks before now? These are just the ones we know about; how many have gone unreported?”

The OAN journalist also pointed out that the cardiac issues are directly related to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and are not merely coincidences. “In fact, many doctors treating these players list their injuries and deaths as being directly caused by the vaccine,” said Sharp.

Retired British soccer star and former sports commentator Matt Le Tissier also voiced out concern over the staggering number of vaccinated athletes collapsing on the field due to cardiac issues. “I played for 17 years, [and] I don’t think I saw one person in 17 years have to come off the football pitch with breathing difficulties [and] heart problems,” he told Red Voice Media in an interview.

“The last year, it’s just been unbelievable how many people … are just keeling over. And at some point, surely you have to say ‘This isn’t right, this needs to be investigated.’”

COVID-19 vaccines seriously impacting athletes’ performance

The Pfizer vaccine has been known to cause cardiac inflammation in otherwise healthy individuals. In the case of athletes, the resulting vaccine damage affects their athletic performance.

French tennis player Jeremy Chardy suffered a severe adverse reaction to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in September 2021, a month after he announced his intent to get injected with it. It caused a “series of problems” that prevented him from training and competing. As he has not played a match since the U.S. Open, his world ranking dropped from No. 73 to No. 138.

“Since I got my vaccine, I have a problem, I have a series of problems. As a result, I can’t train [and] I can’t play. I prefer to take more time to heal myself and be sure that, in the future, I won’t have any problems,” the 34-year-old Chardy told French sports newspaper L’Equipe. “At the moment, my season is stopped and I don’t know when I’ll start again. So now, I regret having taken the vaccine – but I couldn’t have known. It’s the first time that the idea that [the] next [tennis] season might be my last has crossed my mind.”

French freediver Florian Dagoury also suffered a vaccine injury following his second Pfizer vaccine dose that subsequently affected his performance. The Thailand-based freediver, who holds the record for holding his breath underwater in 10 minutes and 30 seconds, now struggles to hold his breath for eight minutes.

Dagoury initially dismissed the higher heart rate he experienced as a normal side effect of the vaccine. When the issue did not go away after 40 days, he visited a cardiologist who diagnosed him with myocarditis and trivial mitral regurgitation. Myocarditis involves the inflammation of the heart muscle, while trivial mitral regurgitation involves the heart valve improperly closing and pushing a small amount of blood back. has more stories about vaccinated athletes experiencing cardiac issues.

Watch this “CLO2TV” episode talking about soccer player Sergio “Kun” Aguero, who was forced to retire after collapsing on the field.

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