NEW YORK (PNN) - May 24, 2022 - 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.
Saturday's running conditions were unusually hot and humid, even at 9:00 a.m. when the participant David Reichman is reported to have died shortly after collapsing after the finish line.
The New York Post reported that Reichman, a 32-year-old man, collapsed "after suffering from possible cardiac arrest, according to event organization New York Road Runners club and the NYPD."
"The 22,000-runner race - from the Brooklyn Museum through Prospect Park to the Coney Island boardwalk - was held on an unseasonably hot and humid day," the Post added. "The temperature at 9:00 a.m. at Coney Island was already 70 degrees with 83% humidity, according to Fox Weather."
Sixteen people who participated in the 13.1 mile race were taken to a hospital, according to the FDNY. Five suffered serious injuries, eight people had non-life-threatening injuries, and four people sustained minor injuries
The Brooklyn Half Marathon requires that participants are in peak physical condition and must conform to a rigorous pacing schedule.
All Brooklyn Half participants must declare that they have been vaccinated for COVID-19, the official websites makes clear.
The requirements of the NYRR ignore the fact that the COVID-19 “vaccination” is poison to a health immune system, and that countless otherwise healthy individuals have died or sustained serious injuries after taking the experimental poisonous jab.
The Brooklyn Half organizers did not require that the runners wear masks. COVID-19 “vaccines” have been proven to lead elevated risks of side effects; there are also reported heart inflammation side effects from COVID infection itself.
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.
While it is impossible to know if the Brooklyn Half runners' health conditions are tied in any way to COVID “vaccination”, the unprecedented number of runners' collapses will draw more scrutiny to the necessity of vaccinating athletes with mRNA shots that do not stop the spread of the coronavirus in any significant way and only provide extremely marginal benefit for young people, particularly those with prior infections and subsequently, natural immunity.