The rescue of a coach to a swimmer who fainted in the water


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Anita Álvarez, at the Budapest World Cup

Anita Álvarez, at the World Cup in Budapest.

Anita Álvarez, at the Budapest World Cup.

The mishap was only a scare because her coach rescued her.

The American swimmer Anita Álvarez starred in the great scare of the day at the Budapest World Cupsafter collapsing while exercising in the artistic swimming free only final.

The mishap was only a scare thanks to the quick intervention of her coach, the Spanish Andrea Fuentes, who He did not hesitate to jump into the pool to rescue his pupil.

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The impressive images of the rescue

Anita Álvarez, at the Budapest World Cup

Anita Álvarez carried out her routine normally.

Anita Álvarez, at the Budapest World Cup

The moment when he suddenly fainted.

Anita Álvarez, at the Budapest World Cup

Her trainer rushed to her rescue.

Anita Álvarez, at the Budapest World Cup

In the end, a member of the organization helped Fuentes get her out of the pool.

After leaving the pool on a stretcher the swimmer recovered and is out of dangeralthough as reported by the American team, it will be subjected to different tests in the coming days to reveal the causes of the fading.

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Who is Anita Alvarez?

Anita Álvarez, at the Budapest World Cup

Anita Álvarez, at the Budapest World Cup.

The young woman is recognized in the United States, the country she has represented in numerous international competitions, for her participation in the Olympic Games. Her mother was a coach in the same discipline, so Álvarez has been swimming since she was five years old.

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Finally, the winners of the competition were the Japanese Yukiko Inui (gold), the Ukrainian Marta Fiedina (silver) and the Greek Evangelia Platanioti (bronze).

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