|Full Name||Anita Alvarez|
|Nation||United States of America|
|Birthdate||December 2, 1996|
|Social Media||Twitter | Instagram|
2016 and 2020 Olympian in duet… Three-time bronze medalist at the Pan American Games (2015, 2019)… On the senior national team since 2015… Competed at the 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2022 FINA World Championships.
2022: Placed sixth in technical solo, and seventh in free solo and technical duet at the World Championships… Competed in the free team preliminary, but did not participate in the final after fainting in the free solo final and FINA banning her from the rest of the competition… Also swam at the World Series Super Final.
2021: Finished 13th in duet at the Olympic Games… Placed fifth in duet at the Olympic Games Qualification Tournament and secured a spot to Tokyo in that event with Lindi Schroeder… Also ranked fourth in team at the qualifiers… Competed in solo, duet and team at two World Series – U.S virtual, Canada virtual – and the Super Final.
2020: Swam at the French Open, the first and only stop of the world series for the season…Won silver in free solo and tech team, and two bronze in tech duet and free duet… Would have won another silver in free team but the nation was disqualified after a clerical error… Did not compete internationally thereafter due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.
2019: Won two bronze medals in duet and team at the Pan American Games… Placed 11th in free team, and 12th in technical duet, free duet, and free solo at the World Championships… Served as alternate to the technical team… Made her return to the solo event for the first time in two years… Also competed at the Synchro America Open and the Spanish Open.
2018: Only competed in the duet all season….Competed in four world series meets (China, Japan, Canada and U.S Open) with Ruby Remati.
2017: Competed in the duet event with Victoria Woroniecki… Placed 11th in free duet, 12th in technical duet and free team at the World Championships…Competed in four world series meets in the duet (France, China, Japan, and U.S. Open) and at the U.S Open also with the technical and free team… Competed in the technical solo just once at the China Open.
Headshot by James Rokop.