Swimmer Eneli Jefimova has set another Estonian record, breaking her own record set late last year in the 50-meter breaststroke.
Jefimova, 14, put in a time of 31.06 at the open championships in Riga on Sunday, a time which also puts her in the A-category for next year's World Championships, ERR's sports portal reports.
The swimmer's previous competitive best was 31.20, which she attained in Tallinn last November. That effort broke the standing record that was actually slightly older than Jefimova herself, the 31.32 set by Jane Trepp back in 2009.
Editor: Andrew Whyte