The following are a few of the stories about our young Australians lost tragically, way before their time. They come from all walks of life. Some succumbed to SCD in their homes, with their friends, at school or on our sporting fields. The one thing they all have in common is that each and every one of them was a beautiful, young individual - not a statistic. They were deeply loved by their family and friends. They left us too soon and the world is a poorer place for their loss.

The 7.30 Report – ABC – SCD in Young People

Sydney Morning Herald SCD in Young People

Sydney Morning Herald SCD in Young People

Daily Telegraph 2010 – Tragic Loss of Teenager after Soccer Tournament

Mt Druit Standard– Tragic Loss of Teenage Athlete after Gym Session

St George Leaders -Tragic Loss of Teenager at School

Sydney Morning Herald - Tragic Loss of Teenager during Soccer Game

Illawarra Mercury – Tragic Loss of Boy during Soccer Game.

Daily Telegraph Article – 10 young Australians – Not all of the young people featured in this article passed away due to sporting activities.

Daily Mecury- Heart condition took young life

Nye Keegan an accomplished and active young man and the Association set up in his name to raise awareness about SCD.

A Tribute to the beautiful, irrepressible angel - Emma Kate McVilly lost to us from SCD.

Herald Sun - Tragic Loss of Young Football Player - Need for Defibrillators at Sporting Venues.

Nine MSN - Tragic Loss of Young AFL Player during Training

Tragic Loss - Teenage Basketballer

Tragic Loss of Champion Cyclist

Tragic loss of Teenage Football Player to SCD

More Calls for AEDs in Sporting Clubs

Defib for Life

Young Vic footballer dies after match

George Negus Program - 10 Young Australians Die Each Week

A Mother's Story

A Father's Story

60 minutes report - Time Bomb - 10 young people die each week