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‘Super energetic’ former America’s cup sailor dies of heart failure during the local regatta

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Former Ex America’s Cup Sailor Hayden Goodrick, 38, passed away on Saturday while competing in a local regatta in Newport.

Between races during the tri-event Midtown Cup series, Goodrick had complained of chest pains and fell unconscious after being transferred to a safety boat.

Newport Daily News has reported that attempts were being made to revive Goodrick as paramedics met the safety boat on the shore near Naval Station Newport. He was taken to Newport Hospital however Goodrick was pronounced dead on arrival.

Regatta Manager Dave Doucett said all racing was bought to a halt while Goodrick was being transferred from his M32 vessel.

Doucett told the Newport Daily News the hospital had said Goodrick had suffered heart failure.

Goodrick, affectionately nicknamed “83” had been an international presence in sailing who had competed in various classes around the world.

“He had an international presence. Racing at that elite level, there is a very small group of people who see each other all over the world, and he was one of them. His personality was super energetic. He was always thrilled to be out on the water. The [sailing] community will miss his enthusiasm.” Doucett said.

Tributes for Goodrich have poured in on social media. World Match Racing Tour posted on Facebook:

“The M32 community mourns the loss of Hayden Goodrick, a sailor and a friend who has been with the class since the very beginning. Hayden was an exceptional person and an extremely successful sailor, he left us far too early and will be deeply missed and always remembered. Our hearts and prayers are with his family and friends.”

Goodrick was remembered as a world-class athlete, a devoted father, a friend, and a man who had impacted the lives of those around him. He had a love for high performance sailing, extreme snowboarding, and was an avid snowmobiler.

Former sailing teammate Andres Soriano also shared his memories and tribute to Goodrick:

“Your contagious energy, limitless enthusiasm, and love for life impacted everyone that was fortunate to have known you. You were a brother to me and I consider it one of the greatest privileges to have been able to share so many memories with you,”

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3 COMMENTS

  1. A healthy, fit, young–in the world of heart issues–died from a “heart failure.” Prayers for him, his family and friends.

    Thousands of young, fit, active–whether professional athletes or not–from early teens to mid to late thirties–passing away from “heat failure.” A heartwrenching statistic a direct result of the killer jabs.

    I cannot understand how the families don’t put 1+1 together.

    God bless and take care of the 10s of millions others who’ve taken multiple jabs.

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