Rested, unrested, come shine or shave, Adam Peaty gets stronger wiuth each passing moment on his way to a shot at Olympic gold in Rio this August: 58.36, a championship record for gold retained in the 100m breaststroke. If history was made – same nation, same 1-2 at successive Championships – as far as Peaty and Britain teammate Ross Murdoch were concerned as they repeated the result of Berlin 2014, then victory for Peaty represented another reach forward.
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