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‘This Rule Needs To Change’: Oregon Track Coach Blasts Outdoor Mask Mandate For Athletes After Runner Collapses

By Chrissy Clark

A high school distance runner in Oregon passed out on the track on Wednesday, April 21, from what her coach described as “complete oxygen debt” from wearing a mask.

During the 800-meter event, Maggie Williams collapsed just a few meters from the finish line from oxygen deprivation. The track star broke a state record and walked away from the fall with a burn on her face and scraped elbows and knees.

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