Swimmer Eneli Jefimova finished fourth in the women's 200-meter breaststroke at the World Aquatics Swimming World Cup 2023 in Berlin, Germany, on Friday, with a time of 2:26.02 – a new Estonian record.
Jefimova, who last month became junior world champion in the 50 meters, broke her own record from April, in fact, of 2:26.14.
The Estonian was sixth for much of the race, pulling ahead of Ana Blazevic of Croatia at the last instance. Tes Schouten won (2:22,13) won the event.
Meanwhile in the men's 400-meter freestyle final, Kregor Zirk came eighth for Estonia with a time of 3.53.14.
The event continues Saturday when Jefimova will start in the 100-meter breaststroke, Zirk in the 200-meter butterfly and Lars Antoniak in the 50-meter breaststroke.
Editor: Andrew Whyte, Siim Boikov