Adam Peaty Pounces: Jaw-Dropping 57.55 World Record Beyond A Gauntlet

Adam Peaty  by Patrick B. Kraemer
Adam Peaty by Patrick B. Kraemer

Britain’s Adam Peaty threw down one of the most stunning Games debuts in history with a beyond-gauntle 57.55-second world record in the heats of the 100m breaststroke here in Rio to set a sizzling tone to the start of Olympic battle.

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aswimfan

No day 1 Live Final?

400 IM is on…

aswimfan

Hagino in 4:06.05…!

YES YES YES YES YES

aswimfan

Finally, the coronation of the best overall male swimmer.
Butit was a bt scary to watch Hagino glided in that last 2 meters when Kalisz was closing in fast.

American swimmers are improving much better than their trials swims.

DutchinUSA

At least you apparently see the times… The Rio site’s timing is down right now.

aswimfan

Sarah 55.84 OR
Mckeon 2nd 56.81
Oleksiak 3rd 57.10

Many butterfliers (oleksiak, vollmer, worrell) are swimming slower than in the afternoon

aswimfan

My god… these two commentators combined are much worse than one single Nicole Livingstone.

aswimfan

YEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

HORTON!!!!!!!

AS I PREDICTED YESTERDAY!!

WOOHOOOO!!

commonwombat, what do you say?

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