Olympic swimmer Madi Wilson hospitalized with Covid-19

Wilson, who received gold with Australia within the 4x100m freestyle relay on the Tokyo Olympics two months in the past, says she is double vaccinated and “took the proper precaution set in place by means of the ISL.”

Writing on Instagram, Wilson added: “I really feel extraordinarily unfortunate however I do consider it is a large get up name, Covid is a critical factor and when it comes it hits very arduous.

“I might be silly to not say I wasn’t scared. I am so fortunate for all my household, associates and assist individuals. I can not consider how a lot love I’ve been proven and I am without end in debt to those individuals.”

The 27-year-old Wilson competes for the LA Present and was unable to race in Match 8 of the ISL season in Naples after returning a optimistic Covid-19 take a look at.

“It has been a loopy few months and I consider being run down bodily and mentally could have made me extra vulnerable,” Wilson mentioned in her Instagram put up earlier than thanking her teammates for his or her assist.

“Particular because of my unimaginable LA household, you have not and wont ever see a crew with an even bigger coronary heart then theirs (sic), away from the pool probably the most unimaginable compassionate group of individuals and within the pool we’re combating with each little bit of energy,” she continued.

“I can promise we will probably be prepared to fireplace come semifinals! I am taking a while to relaxation and I am certain I will be able to bounce again very quickly.”

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