Adam Peaty has simply damaged the 100m breaststroke quick course world file for the primary time in his profession.
His time of 55.49 within the Worldwide Swimming League semi-final lowers the earlier mark of 55.61 set by Cameron Van Der Burgh in 2009.
Peaty holds the world file in each the 50m and 100m breaststroke lengthy course (50m pool) occasions however historically has struggled within the short-course (25m) pool occasions which depend on robust begins, turns and underwater expertise slightly than the precise swimming.
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