In a lucky escape, a swimmer at the World Aquatics Championships in Budapest was saved by her coach when she fainted in the pool.
According to the Mirror, 25-year-old Anita Alvarez had just finished her routine when she lost consciousness and sank to the bottom of the pool. Her quick-thinking coach Andrea Fuentes realised there was a problem so she jumped in to save her. Another male swimmer also helped.
After the event, Fuentes posted on Instagram that Alvarez was fine and she said that things like this can happen in high-endurance sports. It turns out that Fuentes also had to save Alvarez last year when she fainted in the pool.
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