Sandra Badie, a world jujutsu champion and licenced athlete with the Judo Club of Suomoulou, departed suddenly and tragically.
On Friday, May 19, 2023, she passed away at 31, shocking her loved ones. JuJitsu Heroes published the following statement about her death:
“Heartbreaking information. The cause of Sandra Badie’s death last night was heart arrest. We are thinking of her family and friends. Peace be with you, Champion.”
Although the circumstances of her death are unknown, the family may shortly make a statement regarding the funeral ceremonies. As news of Sandra’s passing spread, everyone was shocked and grieved, already missing and remembering her and expressing their condolences.
About Sandra Badie:
From Livron in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Sandra had a long list of notable jiu-jitsu victories.
She dedicated herself to mastering martial art, which incorporates elements of judo, karate, and aikido, because it was her passion.
She also won a team gold medal and a bronze medal for herself at the World Games, similar to the Olympics in non-Olympic sports.
Despite her many achievements, Sandra maintained a low profile in her neighbourhood. She developed relationships with the parents and kids she trained at the Judo Club Soumoulou, making an enduring influence.
“We have learned of the passing of Sandra BADIE of Judo Club Soumoulou … We are thinking very strongly of his family, friends and all his beloved club graduates/leaders, especially his coach and friend Daniel. We will miss you, Sandra.”
“It is with immense sadness that I learned this morning of the passing of European and World multi medalist Sandra Badie.
I was privileged to be around and share many sporting and other moments with Sandra… She was a warrior and a champion, and this will leave a big void.
What a disaster…
Just another coincidence I guess ?
But people are sleeping and prefer not to confess the grim truth about these poisoned injections.
Make an ostrich? We are past that stage !!!
Sincere condolences to family, friends and the club. Rest in peace, Sandra.”