Two sports doctors are facing manslaughter charges in Italy following the death of a volleyball player who was suffering from a coronary heart disease, ANSA news agency reported Sunday.
Italy's Vigor Bovolenta (left) attempts to block a Russian spike during the men's volleyball bronze medal match in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in Beijing on August 24, 2008. Two Italian doctors are facing manslaughter charges the volleyball player's death, ANSA news agency reported.
Vigor Bovolenta, a former national team player who helped Italy to the silver medal at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, died on March 24, 2012 while playing for his team Volley Forli.
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