Durban Bodybuilder Dies Tragically After Attempting 'Signature Backflip'

South African bodybuilder dies while attempting back-flip

South African bodybuilder dies while attempting back-flip

The man who has hporrified millions after a video surfaced online Sifiso Lungelo Thabete, reportedly died after he landed on his head whilst trying to perform the hard black-flip.

A South African bodybuilding champion lost his life after a botched backflip during a competition over the weekend.

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He died after breaking his neck while attempting a back flip that went horribly wrong. Wearing a black Speedo and socks, the champion walks on stage and attempts to do perform the backflip, while the crowd cheers him on.

The deceased young bodybuilder was a promising athlete as he won the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) Junior World Championship in the up-to 75kg category according to media reports.

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A junior world champion bodybuilder from Umlazi, south of Durban, who had "a bright future ahead of him", died a tragic death during a bodybuilding event in his hometown, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Friday.

The man was soon after pronounced dead upon his arrival at hospital reported news24.com. Sifiso's most recent victory was at the second edition of the IFBB Muscle Mulisha Grand Prix in the Bodybuilding under 23 over 75kg division where he impressed the crowd and the judges with unbelievable muscle size and maturity beyond his age.

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