TV presenter Charlie Webster in coma with malaria in Rio
TV sports anchor is in a coma malaria in Rio hospital after riding 3,000-mile charity cycle.
It became Charlie Webster, 33, who worked for Sky and ITV, so good after watching the Olympic opening ceremony.
He said Heaven agent Ms. Webster said she was on life support with a rare strain of the disease.
Ms. Webster, from Sheffield, had appeared in good health when she arrived in Brazil on August 4.
The presenter told Sky Sports the former to be dried after six weeks stressful ride to challenge Rio.
She was admitted to the hospital the day after the Olympics opening ceremony after her health deteriorated.
After many pictures and updates on social media published throughout the cycle ride, she wrote on Twitter on August 9: “I’m getting there … awful few days with a serious infection #Rio.”
In a statement on her Twitter feed after two days,
she said her condition had “since been diagnosed as a result of severe complications caused by a bacterial infection.”
He said: “Charlie has updated all of you throughout the cycle
and we know her silence was causing concern.
“Charlie has a great care and we will update when we can.”
A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry: “We offer support to a British woman in a hospital in Rio.”