Yulia Efimor, a member of the Russian Olympic Committee who competed in the swimming events at the Tokyo Olympics, is being talked about as “too fairy”. The other day, she posted a photo of her training her abdominal muscles on her Instagram account, and comments such as “Oh my god,” “Lovely,” “I love you,” and “Precious! and 15,000 likes. Yulia was born in Russia in 1992.
Yulia, who was born in Russia in 1992, specializes in breaststroke and has competed in four consecutive Olympics since the 2008 Beijing Olympics, winning a bronze medal in the 200-meter breaststroke at the 2012 London Olympics. At the 2016 Rio Olympics, he won silver medals in the 100m and 200m breaststroke. At the Tokyo Games, she competed in the 100-meter breaststroke and the 4×100-meter medley relay, but unfortunately failed to medal.
Yulia’s skills as a swimmer, as well as her good looks, have always attracted the attention of the world.
She has 237,000 followers on her Instagram account where she shows off her swimsuit and off-shots, and whenever she posts something, she gets a lot of likes and comments. and comments whenever she posts something.
She recently showed her fans a picture of her working out on her abs.
In the post, she wrote, “I don’t often publish photos of myself training, but ……”. Wearing a black sports bra and black spats, Yulia is working on her abdominal muscles with her hips only on the mat on the floor, her legs up and her upper body up in a lazy position. Her hands are behind her head, her upper body is twisted, and she has a grim look on her face.
Yulia often has a sweet smile on her face in her regular posts, but she seems to be in serious mode during training. Her eyes are sharp, and she looks like she is fighting a battle with herself. She has also shown photos of her training with weights and the Puma athletic shoes she is wearing.
Yulia is such a good swimmer, but according to some foreign media, she is suggesting the possibility of retirement. I’m sure there are many fans who would like to see her swim in the Paris Olympics, but it’s up to her. Either way, I hope she has no regrets. ……!