Olympic medal-winning swimmer Filippo Magnini put his abilities to good use exterior of the pool Sunday when he occurred to be in the appropriate place on the proper time on an Italian seashore.

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Magnini, a former world champion, was swimming together with his girlfriend when he observed a vacationer struggling to maintain his head above water on the seashore in Sardinia, an island in the course of the Mediterranean Sea.

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The person — later recognized as Andrea Benedetto by the BBC, was floating on an inflatable unicorn together with his husband till the sturdy winds propelled him into the water, in response to a detailed good friend.

Benedetto’s mates noticed him drowning and commenced to sign the lifeguards, however the 37-year-old retired champion reached the drowning man a lot quicker.

Filippo Magnini, pictured in 2017, was swimming with his girlfriend when he noticed a tourist struggling to keep his head above water on the beach in Sardinia, an island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. 

Filippo Magnini, pictured in 2017, was swimming together with his girlfriend when he observed a vacationer struggling to maintain his head above water on the seashore in Sardinia, an island in the course of the Mediterranean Sea. 
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Benedetto’s new partner was making an attempt to maintain his head above water till the lifeguards arrived, however his husband struggles from a medical situation that limits his limbs.

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“The swimmer was in bother,” Magnini instructed La Gazzetta dello Sport. “At a sure level, he obtained scared, couldn’t transfer and swallowed a little bit of water. After I reached him, he couldn’t even communicate.”

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Magnini, 37, who gained the 100-meter freestyle on the 2005 and 2007 world medals and a bronze medal on the 2004 Athens Olympics, saved Bendetto afloat till the lifeguards arrived to assist. Bendetto was instantly transported to the hospital.

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“I did what I felt I ought to do,” Magnini mentioned. “The essential factor is the swimmer is protected.”

Fox Information’ Kira Grant and the Related Press contributed to this report.

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