Olympic Swimmer Saves a Man From Drowning

"The Good Stuff..." is when a former Olympic swimmer beats the lifeguards to help a person from drowning. Beachgoers noticed that a person was having a hard time in the water and was screaming for help. That's when Filippo Magnini, an Olympic swimmer dove into action. Magnini was able to get through the surf before the lifeguards could make it out there. Magnini held the person above water while the lifeguards got there with a sled and more help.

Magnini is a two-time world champion in the hundred-meter freestyle. And he won bronze for Italy at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

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