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Coach Saved Swimmer From Drowning After She Lost Consciousness In The Pool | Digg

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Anita Alvarez, an American artistic swimmer, was saved from drowning by her coach Andrea Fuentes at the world championships in Budapest, Hungary.

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Anita Alvarez lost consciousness in the pool and was saved by her coach, Andrea Fuentes — a Spanish synchronized swimmer and four-time Olympic medalist — when she saw Alvarez drift to the bottom during her solo free final routine.

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