Fit and healthy athletes have been “mysteriously” dropping dead of “unknown causes” or heart complications after receiving the experimental Covid “vaccines.” On Tuesday, another so-called “unexplained” and “sudden” death of a top athlete tragically occurred. Rob Wardell. A 37-year-old Scottish pro-athlete mountain biker died in his sleep after going into cardiac arrest. Two days before that, Rob won the elite men’s title at the Scottish MTB XC Championships against expectations.
Rob shared the news of his victory on Instagram on Monday:
Wardell, who only turned pro this year, was on a Monday evening TV program, The Nine, on BBC Scotland to talk about his victory on Sunday. The top athlete, who lived in Glasgow, has competed in mountain bike races since his teens. Wardell won the Championship despite having to overcome three punctures during the race – such was his skill.
Scottish Cycling released a statement, “We have very little information at this stage, but we send our love and support to his family, friends, and all those in our community who knew him. We ask that you respect Rab’s family’s privacy at this incredibly sad time.”
The Scottish Cross Country Association, which runs the mountain bike race series, said Wardell’s death was the “saddest news.” A statement on the association’s Facebook page said:
Our deepest sympathy to his friends, family, and loved ones.
He will be truly missed by our community, and his determination, talent, and friendship will live on in all our hearts and memories.
I’m sure more eloquent words will be written by many but RIP Rab. Our Champion, Our Inspiration, Our Friend.”
Rob’s partner, Olympic champion Katie Archibald, posted an emotional tribute on Wednesday morning. Unfortunately, Archibald could not revive Rob after he suffered a cardiac arrest in bed beside her:
As reported at RAIR Foundation USA, in July, a famous cyclist, 26-year-old Victor Lafay, retired from Tour De France Stage after a ‘mysterious’ sickness. The Frenchman said he could no longer keep up with the pack and was left alone. The interviewer asked him if he was sick. “Yes, I am sick. I’m not the only one in the pack. At the start, I spoke to Castro (Jonathan Castroviejo, ed.), and he told me he is not feeling well either.”
Not Enough Oxygen
“He came to me and asked me, ‘Are you sick? Are you not able to breathe, either?’, and I said, ‘No,’ and he told me, ‘Me too,’ and I’ve been feeling like this since stage 6.
I’m having a very hard time breathing. I feel like I don’t have enough oxygen, pain everywhere, legs, etc., no strength, and it’s only getting worse after each stage,” said the rider.
The interviewer asked if it could be Covid. “All the Covid tests came negative. There are tons of people in the peloton who are all feeling the same; they’re all negative as well. So maybe it could be something else! I don’t know; I’m not a doctor, I don’t know anything, but many of us have the same symptoms and are struggling on our bikes,” said Lafay.
‘Suddenly and Unexpectedly’
During a segment on GB News, commentator Mark Steyn detailed the many deaths of healthy athletes who have been vaccinated in cycling, rugby, football, boxing, and many other sports:
Mark wisely chants the mantra, “Correlation is not Causation,” to avoid the kind of punishments that come when you cross the media censors today that have taken control of all types of news, search engines, and social media platforms.
Because correlation does not necessarily mean causation, which is accurate; however, it does not mean that there is no relationship between correlated and that you should not investigate if there is one. An investigation would be one of the first things you do in an actual science-based procedure.
One would expect investigations to occur when healthy athletes are “suddenly and expectedly” having heart attacks and strokes shortly after administering new experimental gene therapies. But, sadly, for most Western governments, it seems to be a reason to hide any potential vaccine injuries and instead attack anyone trying to look into it.