Rubgy A member of the Carabins dies at the age

Rubgy: A member of the Carabins dies at the age of 28

The University of Montreal Carabins announced on Tuesday the death of former rugby player Sébastien Ayoub, who was just 28 years old.

The young man's death was confirmed on December 24, but the cause of death was not disclosed.

Ayoub's career as a student athlete at UdeM from 2015 to 2017 ended due to health problems. Nevertheless, he remained loyal to the team as a fitness trainer from 2018.

“It's a shock for me and for the entire team. “Our thoughts are with his family,” Blues rugby team head coach Lancelot Satge said in a press release. We are losing a friend and a brother.”

“Sébastien always had the well-being of others at heart,” he added. He embodied self-sacrifice. When I took over the team in 2021, he was the very first person I called to help me build the program. His state of mind and values ​​match those of the Carabiners perfectly. He was appreciated by everyone.”

Ayoub was involved with the program until the end of last season and was also part of the Carabins track and field team in 2019 as a shot put specialist.