Adam Peaty Sticks To His Guns: Attack Being The Best form of defence, That’s His Target

On the crest of a wave, Adam Peaty sees no room for defence, only attack - photo by Gary McCaffery on training camp in Tenerife this month - courtesy of Gmcphotography.org

Hark the words of the warrior, the 57.13 man taking a military approach the defence – sorry, further attack, of his 50 and 100m World titles this July: “… people say you have got to defend your titles but I don’t see it like that. I am still attacking those titles because I am planning to go faster than anyone else. I haven’t really got to defend anything – I am just going to keep attacking …”. Adam Peaty is set to fire at British Championships in Sheffield

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Hark the words of the warrior, the 57.13 man taking a military approach the defence – sorry, further attack, of his 50 and 100m World titles this July: “… people say you have got to defend your titles but I don’t see it like that. I am still attacking those titles because I am planning to go faster than anyone else. I haven’t really got to defend anything – I am just going to keep attacking …”. Adam Peaty is set to fire at British Championships in Sheffield

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