World Swimming Championships: This is how the coach of unconscious American swimmer Anita Alvarez saved her life
American swimmer Anita Alvarez suddenly fainted in the pool during the cello free final, but was pulled out in time by her coach Andrea Fuentes, saving her life. She couldn't breathe.
World Swimming Championships: Budapest: Something happened during the World Swimming Championships, which blew everyone's senses for a while. American swimmer Anita Alvarez suddenly fainted in the pool during the cello free final, but was pulled out in time by her coach Andrea Fuentes, saving her life. The 25-year-old swimmer was unable to breathe. According to the coach, he is fine now.
Lifeguard was not applied
The coach informed that American swimmer Anita Alvarez's lungs were filled with water. Once he started breathing again, everything was fine. It took a full hour. I was shouting at the lifeguards to get into the water, but they did not listen to me or maybe they did not understand. He said that he is fine now.
Was challenging for her third medal in the World Cup
2021 USA Artistic Swimming Athlete of the Year Anita Alvarez was looking for a medal at her third World Championships. However, she failed to reach the podium after finishing seventh. The gold medal went to Japan's Yukiko Inui, while Ukraine's Marta Fidina and Greece's Evzelia won silver and bronze respectively.