When Adam Peaty returns home from the World Championships in Budapest, there will be little time for rest and relaxation: instead he will head to Zambia for a charity challenge that aims to raise £50,000 by undertaking 50 hours of sport over five days. The Olympic 100m breaststroke champion will be one of a party of 14 led by coach Mel Marshall who set off for the capital Lusaka on August 14, just a fortnight after the conclusion of the world titles in Hungary where Peaty will be leading a medal charge on four fronts
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