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Here Is The List Of Sports Stars Who Died Of COVID-19

Here is a list of notable sports personalities who have died from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Here Is The List Of Sports Stars Who Died Of COVID-19
Jose Maria Candela
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Here Is The List Of Sports Stars Who Died Of COVID-19
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2020-05-09T15:07:43+0530

The outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic has not only impacted sporting events but also claimed many lives including prominent figures.

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Here is a list of notable sports personalities who have died from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19):

- Qiu Jun (72), Chinese bodybuilder, died on February 6 in Wuhan
- Italo De Zan (92), Italian cyclist, died on March 9 in Treviso
Francisco Garcia (21), Spanish football coach, died on March 17 in Malaga
- Luciano Federici (81), Italian footballer, died on March 18 in Carrara
- Innocenzo Donina (69), Italian footballer, died on March 19 in Bergamo
- Jose Maria Candela (59), Spanish sports journalist, died on March 20
- Tomas Diaz-Valdes (78), Spanish sports journalist and amateur pilot, died on March 20 in Madrid
- Benito Joanet (84), Spanish footballer and coach, died on March 22 in Alicante
- Mohamed Farah (59), Somalian footballer, died on March 24 in London
- Azam Khan (95), Pakistani squash player, died on March 28 in London
- Pearson Jordan (69), Barbadian sprinter, died on March 28
- Jose Luis Capon (72), Spanish footballer, died on March 29 in Madrid
- Angelo Rottoli (61), Italian boxer, died on March 29 in Ponte San Pietro
- David Hodgkiss (71), Chairman of Lancashire County Cricket Club, died on March 30
- Pape Diouf (69), Senegalese journalist and former president of Olympique de Marseille, died on March 31 at Dakar
- Daniel Yuste (75), Spanish cyclist, died on March 31
- Goyo Benito (73), Spanish footballer, died on April 2 in Madrid
- Zaccaria Cometti (83), Italian footballer, died on April 2 in Romano di Lombardia
- Arnold Sowinski (89), French footballer, died on April 2 in Lens
- Tom Dempsey (73), American football (NFL), died on April 4in New Orleans
- Roger Chappot (79), Swiss ice hockey player, died April 7
- Donato Sabia (56), Italian athlete, died April 8 in Potenza
- Miguel Jones (81), Spainish footballer, died on April 8 in Madrid
- Francesco La Rosa (93), Italian footballer, died on April 8, in Milan
- Ho Kam Ming (95), Macanese-born Canadian martial artist, died on April 9in Toronto
- Francisco Aritmendi (81), Spanish athlete, died on April 12
- Baldiri Alavedra (76), Spanish footballer, died on April 13
- Zafar Sarfraz (50), Pakistani cricketer, died on April 13 kin Peshawar
- Cyril Lawrence (99), English Footballer, died on April 14
- Norman Hunter (76), English Footballer, died on April 17
- Lukman Niode (56), Indonesian swimmer, died on April 17
- Bob Lazier (81), American race car driver, died on April 18
- Urano Navarrini (74), Italian football player and manager, died on April 18
- Steve Dalkowski (80), American baseball player, died on April 19
- Josep Sala Mane (82), Spanish casteller, died on April 20
- Dave Bacuzzi (79), British footballer, died on April 21
- Teruyuki Okazaki (88), Japanese karate master, died on April 21
- Henk Overgoor (75), Dutch footballer, died on April 23
- John Rowlands (73), English footballer, died on April 26
- Francesco Perrone (89), Italian athlete, died on April 27
- Dick Lucas (86), American football player, died on April 29
- Fernando Sandoval (77), Brazilian water polo players, died on May 1
- Jim Cross (83), American ice hockey player, died on May 2
- John Ogilvie (91), English footballer, died on May 2

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