Adam Peaty breaks 100m breaststroke world record
British swimmer Adam Peaty has achieved one of his career goals, becoming the first man ever to swim 100m breaststroke in under 57 seconds. He smashed his previous world record of 57.10, finishing with a time of 56.88.
Peaty's latest fastest time came in the semi-finals of the World Aquatics Championships in South Korea. Fellow Briton James Wilby finished third in 58.83.
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