As reported the vanguardThe Australian mitch cronin, only 27 years old, died of a heart attack while training in his pool last Friday.
Cronin was one of the most famous Rugby players in the Australian League and belonged to the team Wynnum Manly Seagulls.
I was confined by the coronavirus
As a result of the coronavirus, the young man has been confined to a Brisbane home where he invested several hours a day in his training as a professional athlete.
"Tragic loss," declared his trainer Paul Hogan. “This has left the Wynnum club, its players and myself in complete shock,” Hogan added. “He was an outstanding young man and my thoughts are with his family. We are all devastated."
- WynnumManly Seagulls (@WynnumSeagulls) April 18, 2020
“Mitch was an exceptional young man who was loved and respected by his teammates, his coaching staff, our supporters and the wider rugby league community.
From the moment he arrived at Wynnum, he embodied the Seagulls' values through his positive attitude, strong work ethic and deep care for his teammates and club," said Wynnum CEO Hanan Laban. .