David Ginola described today how his heart stopped for nine minutes after suffering a 'sudden death' cardiac arrest last year.
The former footballer was given CPR on the pitch during a charity football match in the south of France.
His heart completely stopped and one of his teammates performed CPR until paramedics arrived.
The former Tottenham winger is part of a campaign to raise awareness of what to do if somebody goes into cardiac arrest.
More than 150,000 young people are being taught CPR as part of 'Restart a Heart Day'. It's the largest event of its kind in the world and the training could be the difference between saving a life and death.