The athlete remained hospitalized for a few weeks due to the deadly virus
A few moments ago, the morning program Venga La Alegría confirmed the sensitive death of the prominent Exatlón México athlete, Steph Gómez, who for a few days was hospitalized for complications related to the new Covid-19 coronavirus.
Through social networks, the broadcast of the Ajusco television station wrote a message regretting what happened and sending all the support and relatives of the athlete, who was aware of her evolution.
“You were a hero on and off the circuits! 🙌🏻 The #VLA family deeply regrets your departure and is in solidarity with all your loved ones. Fly high dear @stephaniago_! 🔵🕊 “, reported the morning through their social networks.
Known on the TV Azteca reality show as the “ Human Torch ”, Steph’s friends and former colleagues shared her state of health on social media in recent days. Were Mati Alvarez and Aristeo Cazares some members of Exatlón who asked for prayers for the athlete.
Steph was already intubated
Through its official website, Tv Azteca echoed the request for donations to help Steph Gómez’s family, as they had to hospitalize her to treat her for COVID-19. She was receiving care at the Puebla Hospital, a private center.
Just this June 1, 2021, it was learned that Steph, the ” Human Torch ” continued in intensive care and even intubated. For this reason, blood type B positive platelet donors were also requested.
“Today we say goodbye to a great woman, athlete and friend. We will always take you to a very special place. Thank you Steph for being part of our family. Fly high our beloved Human Torch! ”, Published the Exatlón account on Instagram.
For a few days, athletes and colleagues of Steph Gómez shared several messages sending their support to the Exatlón México athlete, who was admitted to a private hospital.
According to the reports, the athlete who defended the colors of Contendientes and Héroes was intubated due to the complications that she presented after becoming infected with the new Covid-19 coronavirus.
Stephanie Gómez, the athlete’s real name, participated in two seasons of the famous reality show on the Ajusco television station; was on the beaches of the Dominican Republic in the third and fourth edition.
In her first participation, she showed her talent and became the seventeenth eliminated; in her second opportunity she did not have the best performance and was the third to leave the competition.
“Human Torch”, as she was baptized in the competition, was a specialist in the art of jiu-jitsu and was 30 years old.
With information from Agencia México