Sunday 19th September saw the return of charity supporters (many of whom had been tragically affected by a young sudden cardiac death in their family) taking to the streets of Durham for the 12th annual
Since 2018, the screening of these athletes has been funded by the Aaron Dixon Memorial Fund and delivered in partnership with the English Institute of Sport (EIS). Aaron was just 23 when he tragically died from a previously undiagnosed heart condition, in September 2011.
CRY responds to the impact of the “Christian Eriksen” effect with launch of new national cardiac screening centre
CRY, which provides free heart checks for over 32,000 young people every year in the UK, has responded swiftly to a huge influx of inquiries from young people – and their parents – wanting to book in for tests, following the shocking scenes witnessed around the world when Danish footballer Christian Eriksen collapsed on the pitch during a match last month at the start of the Euro 2021 tournament.
Friends come together to celebrate the life of their “best mate” Andy at a fundraising football match for CRY
This weekend (Sunday 4 July) will mark a milestone in the 6 months since the tragic and sudden death of a local Longridge man, Andy Key, as his friends, family and the wider local community gather to celebrate his life and pledge to raise funds and awareness in his memory.
Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest must never be forgotten if sport wants to save lives, according to Clive Clarke. Midfielder Eriksen collapsed during Denmark’s opening Euro 2020 game with Finland on Saturday and needed to be resuscitated on
Comment from Dr Steven Cox, Chief Executive of CRY, responding to the collapse of Danish footballer, Christian Eriksen
Dr Cox explains; “The sudden collapse of Danish midfielder, Christen Eriksen is another terrible reminder of the horrendous impact cardiac conditions have on so many young people every day in the UK and across the
In the medical community around the world, CRY is best known for research. Our research has helped transform our understanding of young sudden cardiac death, the conditions that cause it, and how we can save
Sarah Pyatt is taking on the 25 million metre challenge in memory of her son Jake Gallagher who suffered a cardiac arrest at the age of 16, in 2013. Sarah has been on a mission to
New Delhi– Popular Indo-British radio jockey and actor Anushka Arora is broadcasting live for 36 hours on Sunrise Radio starting March 26th. Anushka aim’s to raise financial support and awareness for the charity Cardiac Risk
The CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk originally began in 2007, a year after former opera star Kathryn Harries became a CRY Patron and had the idea for a walking event. A year later in
On March 26-27, presenter Anushka Arora will broadcast live for 36-hours in a determined bid to raise funds and awareness of Cardiac Risk in the Young across the British Asian community
CRY Supporter’s Dave and Sue Hughes speaks to BBC Midlands Today about the cancellation of over 30,000 screening’s. Broadcast on Monday (1st March).
CRY is mostly known in the UK for its screening programme, where we typically screen over 30,000 young people each year. However, in the medical community around the world, CRY is best known for research.
As part of Heart Month 2021, CRY CEO Dr Steven Cox was interviewed on Sunrise radio about Cardiac Risk in the Young and how the charity is working through the COVID-19 pandemic. The interview is