Adam Peaty is ahead of the game. Throw at him a Cody, a Kevin, a Fink or a Funk, the fact is that he’s doing something different, has reached a higher plain of excellence. In the curtain-closing session at the Arena Pro Swim meet in Indianapolis, Great Britain’s Olympic and World champion who scorched a 57.13 global standard for gold in Rio told challengers where they’d find him in the final with a 59.99 in heats of the 100m breaststroke.
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