Adam Peaty Takes Nothing For Granted At Gold Coast Games: ‘ … can’t afford to sleep’

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Gold Coast 2018: “… the Commonwealth Games is where Adam was ‘born’. It was his first ever win at a major championships and he should go there and absolutely embrace that environment and look at where he has come in the past four years and see if he can demonstrate again what is he great at.” – Mel Marshall, mentor to Adam Peaty as the English ace returns to the event that marked a soaring international breakthrough – and what remains his last defeat in peak form …

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Gold Coast 2018: “… the Commonwealth Games is where Adam was ‘born’. It was his first ever win at a major championships and he should go there and absolutely embrace that environment and look at where he has come in the past four years and see if he can demonstrate again what is he great at.” – Mel Marshall, mentor to Adam Peaty as the English ace returns to the event that marked a soaring international breakthrough – and what remains his last defeat in peak form …

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