Adam Peaty 26.68 Win Makes It 7 Of Best 10 Breaststroke Dashes Ever For Brit

Adam Peaty - by Ian MacNicol

The first three finals of the last session of the Mare Nostrum Tour delivered a Britain sweep, Stephen Milne taking the 1500m freestyle and, at the opposite end of the distance spectrum, Georgia Davies claiming the 50m backstroke ahead of teammates Fran Halsall and Jessica Fullalove, in between then the crusher of a result: Adam Peaty 26.68 in the 50m breaststroke. There was no extending the British run to the fourt event, Swedish ace Sarah Sjostrom crushing all challenge with a 25.27 meet mark in the 50m butterfly

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The first three finals of the last session of the Mare Nostrum Tour delivered a Britain sweep, Stephen Milne taking the 1500m freestyle and, at the opposite end of the distance spectrum, Georgia Davies claiming the 50m backstroke ahead of teammates Fran Halsall and Jessica Fullalove, in between then the crusher of a result: Adam Peaty 26.68 in the 50m breaststroke. There was no extending the British run to the fourt event, Swedish ace Sarah Sjostrom crushing all challenge with a 25.27 meet mark in the 50m butterfly

Comments

Rafael

Craig, you updated the results of Mare Nostrum but not the 100 breast, França 59,26 puts him ahead of Murdoch for this year.

Craig Lord

Your wish is fulfilled (full meet, team doing… I was far too busy canoeing with my sons 🙂

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