All 16 Runners Who Collapsed and Runner Who Died at Brooklyn Half Marathon Said They Were Vaccinated

Kyle Becker

It is an absolute fact that all the runners who participated in the Brooklyn Half Marathon on Saturday declared that they had been vaccinated for Covid-19. Whether or not that is relevant to the unprecedented number of runners who collapsed or even the man who died during the event is another story.

The Brooklyn Half Marathon requires that participants are in peak physical condition and must conform to a rigorous pacing schedule.

“Members of the NYRR Pace Team will be on hand to guide participants toward specific goal times over the 13.1 miles,” the RBC Brooklyn Half website states. “Pace Team members will lead groups at various paces between 6:06 per mile and 13:45 per mile (between a 1:20:00 finish and a 3:00:00 finish).”

All Brooklyn Half participants must declare that they have been vaccinated for Covid-19, the official websites makes clear.


An Oxford University study earlier showed that the risk of myocarditis, a form of heart inflammation, is greater from getting ‘vaccinated’ with certain mRNA shots than from contracting the virus itself. The study was originally published in Nature in December.

“Our findings are relevant to the public, clinicians and policy makers,” the researchers note. “First, there was an increase in the risk of myocarditis within a week of receiving the first dose of both adenovirus and mRNA vaccines, and a higher increased risk after the second dose of both mRNA vaccines,” the study concluded.

Saturday’s death was the first fatality in the Brooklyn Half race since 2014, which was accompanied by an unprecedented 16 runners collapsing or suffering from health issues. It is unknown how many of the Brooklyn Half runners’ suffered from heart complications on the unusually hot and humid day in the northeast for mid-May.

However, there is a disturbing trend of athletes facing an alarming number of heart problems, despite being in peak physical condition and otherwise statistically not at high mortality risk from Covid-19. The coronavirus typically impacts those who have underlying health conditions, are clinically obese, and/or are elderly.

It is important to scrutinize stories about athletes collapsing or dying at a young age. There is a lot of misinformation about the subject, which stems in part from unknowns about patients’ medical histories and conflation of health conditions.

A sample of relevant stories about athletes that recently suffered from heart conditions that can be independently corroborated are listed below:

  • Sergio Aguero, 33, Barecelona star striker admitted to hospital for cardiac exam after match
  • Abou Ali, 22, professional footballer collapses on pitch during game
  • Avi Barot, 29, Saurashtra cricketer suffers cardiac arrest, passes away
  • Rune Coghe, 18, Belgian footballer suffers cardiac arrest on pitch
  • Helen Edwards, referee taken off court during World Cup qualifier due to heart issues
  • Jente van Genechten, 25, footballer collapses on field due to heart attack
  • Cienna Knowles, 19, equestrian star hospitalized due to blood clots
  • Frederic Lartillot, French footballer collapses in changing room, passes away due to heart attack after game
  • Dimitri Lienard, 33, FC Strasbourg midfielder collapses during game
  • Greg Luyssen, 22, Belgian pro cyclist ends career due to heart issues
  • Antoine Méchin, 31, French triathlete suffers pulmonary embolism following Moderna
  • Fabrice NSakala, 31, Besiktas defender collapses on pitch during game
  • Pedro Obiang, 29, ex-West Ham star suffers myocarditis post vaccine
  • Luis Ojeda, 20, Argentine football player unexpectedly passes away
  • Emil Palsson, 28, Sognal midfielder collapses due to cardiac arrest during game
  • Jens De Smet, 27, footballer has to sit down on field, passes away of heart attack
  • Benjamin Taft, 31, German footballer collapses after game, passes away due to heart attack

It is unknown if specific players are vaccinated, because medical histories are private information and cannot be divulged without patient authorization. But U.S. sports leagues and European leagues have compelled athletes to be vaccinated in order to participate, making vaccination highly likely.



8 thoughts on “All 16 Runners Who Collapsed and Runner Who Died at Brooklyn Half Marathon Said They Were Vaccinated

  1. also, when famous people like ray liotta die suddenly, the question i have is were they injected. i hesitate to call covid jabs ‘vaccinations’ since they are more accurately defined as gene therapy.

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    • I call them death sticks. All vaccines are, and always have been pointless at best, this is the problem. It was only ever ceaseless advertising that persuaded us they were of any use. My wife and I are listening to a radio series on BBC radio 4 about the Sackler family. It is disgusting what this family has done. They are not alone of course.


      • I agree totally, alphaandomega21. Medical research has moved on considerably since the 1986 vaccine law (absolving manufacturers of any liability). The only doctors I trust at this point approach treatment of most conditions by looking at the microbiome and strengthening immune function.

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    • I appreciate the validation, but the whole sham of modern medicine makes me feel nauseous. What motivates such deceit?

      As a psychiatrist, I look for root causes and wonder if deep insecurity leads large groups of prople to look for validation through aligning with groups which claim superior understanding.

      Beware those who claim to have ultimate answers.

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