Superfit Scots Doctor, 46, Dies After Heart Attack While Swimming

Scottish doctor who died while training for triathlon

Mike “Kippy” Wilson, 46, was training for a triathlon when he had a heart attack and died.

The Daily Record reported that Doctor Wilson was pulled from Lochindorb in Grantown-on-Spey at around 12:55 am on August 18. The physician was training for a triathlon when he died.

The dad-of-two was reported missing, and emergency services went out to search the water. He was found deceased.

A native of Aberdeen, Wilson was a doctor at Dr Grays Hospital in Elgin. He was a graduate of the University of Dundee’s School of Medicine and an avid surfer.

His best friend Mike Watson is publicizing a fundraiser to help alleviate the burden of his sudden passing on the wife and daughters left behind. (Wilson had not written a will, so his belongings have gone to probate, which will incur legal costs, on top of the cost of the unexpected funeral.)

gofundme.com/f/mike-wilson-memorial-fund-lets-ride-again

In mid-summer, a young doctor in Canada died a few days after collapsing during the swimming part of her triathlon training. She was one of eight doctors in Canada who passed away over a two-week period in July.

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In September 2011, Mike Wilson was formally offered a physician’s job at a small town near Cape Town in South Africa. His friends advised him to come back home to Scotland. 💉

Dr. Mike Wilson, surfer

Wilson’s BFF Mike Watson proudly posted in May 2021 that he had himself injected with synthetic mRNA.

Proudly injected with synthetic mRNA by NHS

Thank you, NHS.

Mike Wilson and Mike Watson
Besties Mike Wilson and Mike Watson on May 16, 2022 — Align Ride

On August 1, 2022, the athletic 64-year-old husband of Wyoming State Senator Wendy Schuler died of a cardiac event while mountain biking on a park trail.

On August 6, 2022, Ohio State University medical student Mason Fisher collapsed and died a few miles before reaching the end of what would have been his third completed Pelotonia bike ride.

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