World Aquatic Championship: Swimmer Anita fainted while swimming in competition, coach saved her life by dragging the player

in Budapest world aquatic A major accident in the championship was averted. A female athlete has lost her life. American swimmer Anita Alvarez on Wednesday changed her routine and swimming was following. After this she suddenly fainted and started drowning in the pool. The incident happened during the solo free final. The coach saved Alvarez’s […]
 


World Aquatic Championship: Swimmer Anita fainted while swimming in competition, coach saved her life by dragging the player

in Budapest world aquatic A major accident in the championship was averted. A female athlete has lost her life. American swimmer Anita Alvarez on Wednesday changed her routine and swimming was following. After this she suddenly fainted and started drowning in the pool. The incident happened during the solo free final. The coach saved Alvarez’s life by jumping into the pool at the time of the accident. Seeing the accident, all the people present there heaved a sigh of relief and the place shook for some time. However, everyone heaved a sigh of relief as the player narrowly survived.

When Anita was in the pool, she saw that she could not breathe. Everyone present was amazed. In this, her coach Andre Fuentes proved to be a boon for Anita. Seeing Anita’s condition, Andre jumped into the pool and pulled her out. Andre brought her to the pool and immediately began giving her first aid prescriptions, to which others helped her out.

 

US team issued statement

Anita was then taken to Poole Medical Center on a stretcher. But seeing his condition, his fellow players and fans got worried. However, the US swimming team has issued a statement saying that Anita is now in better shape than before. Speaking to Marca, Andre said, “It was a big scare. I had to jump because the lifeguards weren’t doing that.”

The coach said, jumped himself not the lifeguard

The coach later spoke about this on Spanish radio, saying that Anita fainted as her routine was stretched. He said, “His lungs were filled with water. Once he started breathing again, everything was fine. It all took like an hour or so. Things were not as they were then. I was telling the lifeguards to go into the water, but they didn’t understand or hear what I was saying. She couldn’t breathe. I did it as fast as I could, as if it were an Olympic final. ,

Currently he will be at rest

A team spokesperson said Anita is now fine and will take rest. He also said that whether he will play further or not, it will be decided only after consulting the doctors and medical staff of the team. Spokesperson Alyssa Jacobs said: “Anita is currently doing well and is resting today. A team of doctors and medical staff has examined him. He has one final left in the 2022 World Championships. If they allow, the medical team will decide whether they will play or not.