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Efimova's Instagram feed shows her in a series of stunning images in the run-up to the Games, showing the athlete posing on the beaches of Miami and El Porto in California, displaying her swimmers' body to her 44,000 followers.
She also posted a video of herself wearing a cropped top revealing the word 'Champ' with the caption 'Stay positive'.
'I'm really happy, because what has happened to me is unbelievable.
I strongly hope that in the near future many would understand who was right and who was wrong.
I would very much want to hear apologies from some people.' The 24-year-old was only allowed to compete in Rio following a last ditch appeal after she tested positive earlier this year for the now-banned substance Meldonium - the drug also taken by tennis star Maria Sharapova.
And her apparently relaxed frame of mind seemed to work after she claimed a silver medal in the women's 100m breaststroke, despite biting criticism of her doping convictions from her rival Lilly King, who won gold, and US superstar Michael Phelps, who demanded a life ban for those found guilty of taking performance-enhancing drugs.
A visibly upset Efimova fought back against her critics and said: 'I don't really understand the foreign competitors.
All athletes should be above politics, but they just watch TV and believe everything they read'Efimova tested positive for DHEA in 2013, a banned steroid hormone considered an anabolic agent by the World Anti-Doping Agency. Earlier this year she tested positive for meldonium.
At an awkward news conference alongside the Russian after the 200m breaststroke, the 19-year-old King said: 'I do think it is a victory for clean sport and just to show that you can do it while...
Efimova was alluding to past allegations against Phelps in relation to drugs and alcohol.
The champion swimmer was once photographed appearing to smoke marijuana from a bong, and was arrested for driving under the influence in 2014.
Now Yulia Efimova, who has won two silver medals in the 100m breast stroke and in the 200m breaststroke, has revealed how the taunts of competitors and critics simply make her angry - and that she wants her enemies to apologise.In an interview in Russia she said: 'The truth is coming out little by little.