Kalani David, a great surfer and skateboarder from Hawaii died at 24. The surfing news site The Inertia said that Mr. David had a seizure while surfing off the coast of Costa Rica.
The website said that Mr. David had Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, which means he could have tachycardia or a very fast heartbeat. Newsweek said that one and three out of every 1,000 people worldwide have the syndrome. John Hopkins Medicine says that the sickness isn’t dangerous for most people.
“Tachycardia can cause sudden death from a heart attack, which is the biggest risk. But this happens very rarely—less than half of one percent of the time,” John Hopkins says.
Who is Kalani David?
Kalani David was born on the Hawaiian island of Oahu on November 4, 1997. As an actor, his most notable roles have been in the Red Bull Signature Series, Six Days in Paradise, and Soul Surfer (2011). (2012).
His introduction to surfing occurred at Jaco Beach in Costa Rica when he was only one and a half years old. His younger sibling is named Keoni (born November 25, 2005). (a new baby was born on November 25, 2005).
Cholo’s Mexican Restaurant is one of his sponsors. Others include RVCA, T&C Surfboards, Electric, Famous Wax, Boost Mobile, FCS, S-One Helmets, Ricta Wheel Dynamics, Santa Cruz Surfboards, and Watermans Applied Science.
Cartoon Network gave him “PROPS” in 2007 since he was the viewer favorite on the Internet.
The Cartoon Network actively scoured the United States for talented young people who had succeeded in areas other than academics, such as athletics, the arts, and extracurricular activities.
He was the main attraction in an hour-long show hosted by Olympic gold medalist Jonny Moseley. Professional surfers Andy Irons and Bob Burnquist, as well as well-known skateboarder Tony Hawk, surprised him with an appearance on the show.
Kalani David Death Video
He died following a seizure in Costa Rica. Hawaiian surf and skate phenom Kalani David died of a seizure while surfing in Costa Rica. 24-year-old
Kalani apparently died after “a huge seizure while surfing” in Costa Rica, where he had reconnected with his family. 19-year-old Kalani David successfully had open-heart surgery. Unlike
David, a great skater and surfer from Hawaii, has Wolf-Parkinson White Syndrome and just had open-heart surgery to remove excess heart muscle that was causing him life-threatening seizures.
Kalani’s health problems included Wolf Parkinson White Syndrome, which produces “an extra electrical channel in the heart” He told Stab about this six years ago. In 2016, he almost died skating in Oceanside.
Accelerates heartbeat. Six years ago, Kalani underwent open heart surgery after a six-hour incident on Oahu. Peter King, Kalani’s friend and supporter, told her. Peter’s Instagram post added, ‘Connected with relatives (in Costa Rica) and was having a blast.’