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Sunny Garcia, seen here competing in the event at the beach pushing Oakland in 2005, seriously ill in the hospital.
Surfing champion Sunny Garcia fights for her life in a hospital in the United States, the World Surf League confirmed.
"With a heavy heart, we reaffirm that Sunny Garcia is in the intensive care unit at the hospital" WSL twitter.
"Sun has always been a great champion of surfing, both in and out of the water. Our prayers are with him and his loved ones in this profoundly difficult time. "
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Support Hawaiian stars flowed from around the world, with the United States champion Kelly Slater sharing his love for Garcia in the post Instagram.
"Sunny … I love you, brother. I just can not understand you here. We have much more living to do before we did, "says Slater.
"It was bad enough, but there were so many good too. Just pray you wake up, and we get more of you. "
Three-time world champion Mick Fanning also posted a message of support for the Hawaiian Stars.
"Praying for you my brother! There was such a special surprise to hang out with you just a little while ago. Hero, a bright light and a loving person. Love you, mate, "he wrote on Instagram.
It is not clear, which led to hospitalization Garcia in Portland, Oregon, but he was open with his struggles with depression.
In March, he wrote on his Facebook page, that people who do not suffer from mental illness "do not understand the pain and frustration that we go through."
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