American swimmer Anita Alvarez was protected from the lower part of the pool by her mentor
The FINA World Aquatic Championships in Budapest, Hungary, after she blacked out.
Mentor Andrea Fuentes hopped into the pool after she saw the 25-year-old creative swimmer
Swimmer sink to the base toward the finish of her daily schedule in the ladies' without performance occasion on Wednesday.
Alvarez was doing "great" Thursday and clinical trials showed everything was "taken care of," Fuentes told CNN.
Fuentes, a four-time Olympic medalist in synchronized swimming
Alvarez to the surface prior to carrying her to the edge of the pool
Alvarez, who contended at the 2016 and 2020 Olympics
Clinical consideration close to the pool and was hence stolen away in a cot
It was the second time Fuentes has needed to save Alvarez