The Estonian national finswimming and sport diving teams have sent the application to participate in CMAS World Championships in Tomsk 2021.
Estonia has been strong in underwater orienteering since the end of 1950s in USSR and worldwide. Until the collapse of the USSR it was the main underwater sport for the country. There were also finswimming champions since the Soviet era. After the collapse of the USSR the world and European medalists and champions were Kristiina Nurk, Galija Sattarova, Nikolai Tover, Alexander Drozdov and Jelena Smirnova.
The Estonian sport divers almost never miss the world and European championships and get on the podium.
Overall in Estonia there are around 600 people in 7 underwater sport clubs that are almost all located in Tallinn or nearby. The country has only 2 50m swimming pools: one in Tallinn, second in Tartu. Strongest clubs are Fortuna and Maardu.