Adam Peaty & 26.48 Treat Budapest-Bound Rivals To The Rear View He Intends For Them

Adam Peaty - by Gary McCaffery of Gmcphotography.org

Adam Peaty treated his domestic challengers to the rear view he hopes his international rivals will see at the World Championships in Budapest this July when he retained the British 50m breaststroke title in a sizzling 26.48, just 0.06sec shy of his world record, at Ponds Forge in Sheffield.

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Adam Peaty treated his domestic challengers to the rear view he hopes his international rivals will see at the World Championships in Budapest this July when he retained the British 50m breaststroke title in a sizzling 26.48, just 0.06sec shy of his world record, at Ponds Forge in Sheffield.

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