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Russian swimmer who is too much of a fairy ‘in a bold swimsuit’ delights fans!

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From her Instagram (@pryanya93)

Yulia Efimor, a member of the Russian Olympic Committee who competed in the swimming events at the Tokyo Olympics, has been attracting a lot of attention for her “too bold high-legged swimsuit” that she showed on her Instagram account. “It’s so beautiful! “It’s perfect,” she said. Yulia was born in Russia in 1992.

Yulia was born in Russia in 1992 and specializes in breaststroke. She 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.

After the Olympics, she spent some time in her hometown Russia instead of Los Angeles, where she has been training. The other day, she reported on Instagram that she was finally back in L.A., but the photos she released were taken in Hawaii. The photo was taken at Lanikai Beach.

Lanikai Beach is located in Kailua Bay on the island of Oahu and is famous for its beautiful sandy beach. Lanikai means “ocean of heaven” in Hawaiian, and Julia in the photo looks like an angel who has landed on the beach.

In the first photo, she is wearing a daring high-legged bikini with her arms raised and her hair brushed up. The color of her swimsuit is lime green. Her fluorescent swimsuit stands out against the white sandy beach. In the second photo, Yulia is looking sideways. In the second photo, Yulia is looking to the side, her blonde hair blowing in the wind as she stares at something. Her blonde hair is blowing in the wind and she is staring at something.

Julia commented on the post, “A much-needed vacation.” With the global spread of the new coronavirus during the fourth Olympics in Tokyo, she must not have been able to practice as much as she wanted. And the results were not as he had hoped. Nevertheless, the trip to Hawaii was probably her “reward” for all her hard work.

I hope you get a good rest and show us your rampage in the pool again. ……?

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