Hungary’s Olympic gold medallist Szilveszter Csollany has died aged 51, according to local authorities. Csollany fell ill in November of last year, two weeks after receiving the J&J COVID-19 vaccine and was hospitalized. The gold medalist was put on a ventilator where he remained for months until his death on Monday.
Csollany, who was opposed to the COVID-19 vaccines, had only been vaccinated in order to work as a gymnastics coach, Hungarian newspaper Blikk reported.
The Hungarian Olympic Committee and the country’s gymnastics federation issued a joint statement confirming the death of the former world-class athlete:
“It is with profound sadness that we inform you of the death of Szilveszter Csollany.”
Csollány got the vaccine in November last year as it was required for a job abroad. However, he became seriously ill shortly after and was hospitalized in the Hungarian city of Sopron where his condition rapidly deteriorated. In late November, he was transported to a hospital in the capital Budapest where he died on Monday.
Csollany’s death seems to have been extremely cruel (and unnecessary) as the athlete was well aware of the risks of the COVID vaccines. On March 10th, 2021, he shared an article on his Facebook page entitled:
The culling of humanity has begun: Will you survive?
And on August 7th, just a few months before Csollany was hospitalized with a COVID vaccine side effect, he posted a link to another article entitled:
If you want to be vaccinated, be prepared for these side effects
Other posts by Csollany indicated skepticism and distrust of the Big Pharma shots. The Hungarian Olympic athlete, who was still extremely fit at 51, seemed to favor natural remedies as opposed to vaccines. However, as Blikk reported, Csollany would’ve been unable to work as a gymnast coach without the jab.
Not being able to practice the sport in which he had become one of the all-time greats, simply for being unvaccinated, proved to be too much for the 51-year-old and so he gave in to the vaccine mandate pressure.
Csollány won gold in the men’s rings at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. The achievement earned him the Hungarian Sportsman of The Year title. He was once again chosen as sportsman of the year in 2002 after winning a gold medal at that year’s World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.
He leaves behind his wife Jutka and their two children.SOURCE.
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