‘Ramiro Tossone, a 19-year-old swimmer who was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of the Regional Hospital of Malaga after being rescued from a pool, finally died on Wednesday, according to health sources confirmed to Europa Press.
According to 112 sources, last Saturday he suffered an incident while practicing apnea during training in one of the pools of the Mediterranean club, after which he had to be rescued with symptoms of drowning by the staff of the enclosure.
Sport apnea is a test that measures the ability of a person to stay underwater or to descend underwater freely.’Read La Vanguardia (here Google translated)
- Bend Polar Plunge benefiting Special Olympics Oregon goes virtual, offers variety
- Water Safety in New Zealand
- Dara Torres Tells Us How to Keep Kids Active This Winter
- Researching the Biomechanics of Paralympic Swimming
- Inside with Brett Hawke: Ky Hurst
- Things Swimmers Never Say
- Why I’m ice swimming in the Lake District every day in January
- Will Wave Pools Replace Ocean Surfing? | w/ Mick Fanning & Jamie O’Brien