World Aquatics Championships – American artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez rescued by coach after fainting in the pool – Update Sport Today

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American artistic swimmer Anita Álvarez was rescued from the bottom of the pool by her coach after fainting at the World Swimming Championships.

The 25-year-old was not breathing and had collapsed after completing her routine in the solo free final in Budapest.

Her trainer, Andrea Fuentes, brought Alvarez to the surface before she was taken away on a stretcher.

The US swim team later released a statement from Fuentes saying that Alvarez “feels good now.”

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Álvarez previously passed out following a routine during an Olympic qualifier in Barcelona last year, and Fuentes rescued her on that occasion as well.

Of the most recent incident, Fuentes said, “Anita is fine, the doctors have checked all her vitals and everything is normal, [hers] heart rate, oxygen, sugar levels, blood pressure, etc. Everything is fine.”

“Sometimes we forget that this happens in other high-endurance sports [like] marathons, cycling, cross country. We have all seen images in which some athletes do not reach the finish line and others help them get there.

“Our sport is no different than others, just in a pool, we push the limits and sometimes we find them.

“Anita feels fine now and the doctors also say that she is fine. Tomorrow she will rest all day and decide with the doctor whether or not she can swim in the free team finals.”

Spanish newspaper Marca reported that four-time Olympic medalist Fuentes said she jumped “because the lifeguards weren’t doing it.”

And speaking to Radio Española, she said: “It felt like a whole hour. I said things weren’t right, I was yelling at the lifeguards to get in the water, but they didn’t understand what I said or they didn’t.” I don’t understand

“She wasn’t breathing. I went as fast as I could, like it was an Olympic final.”

Álvarez scored 87.6333 points for her routine, finishing seventh in the final.

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