Anita Alvarez on a stretcher after a collapse in a swimming pool Source: SITA / AP / Anna Szilagyi BUDAPEST – American synchronized swimmer Anita Alvarez had to be rescued from the swimming pool at the World Championships in Budapest. Twenty-five-year-old Aquabela sank after completing her performance and was only caught by her trainer and another person. According to reports from the USA team, the two-time participant in the Olympic Games is OK. Alvarez lost consciousness immediately after the presentation of her final free program. “She is doing well,” said the leader of the American team a few minutes after the incident, which, according to her, was stressed by the competition. Inuiová. Alvarez was seven. The Czech national team member Karolína Klusková took 18th place on Monday and did not advance to the final twelve.
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