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Australian surfing champion hospitalized in Bali

Former surfer Mark Richardson, a renowned four-time Australian surfing champion and respected coach of notable athletes such as Joel Parkinson, Liam O’Brien, Courtney Conlogue and Isabella Nichols, is currently hospitalized in Bali, Indonesia. He is making an urgent appeal for donations of blood types A negative and O negative, which are scarce in the country. Richardson was enjoying a holiday with his family in the region when he contracted a serious infection, leading to him being hospitalized on an emergency basis.

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Last weekend, Richardson was urgently hospitalized in Bali after serious bleeding caused by the infection. Although there is still no information about the specific type of infection that affected him, the situation required his transfer to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). He shared on his social networks an image in which he is seen using a nasal tube for feeding, accompanied by an appeal for blood donations.

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Richardson’s full message was as follows: “Hi everyone, this is a very serious post. I am currently in a hospital in Bali and am in urgent need of blood transfusions. I have suffered considerable blood loss.

My blood type is rare in this region and I’m looking for someone with blood types A negative or O negative who can help me overcome this difficult situation I’m facing. If anyone can help, please get in touch. I will be eternally grateful.”

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