Adam Peaty Pops A Catch-Me-If-You-Can 58.5 Start To Nationals Campaign In Sheffield

Adam Peaty of Great Britain - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Adam Peaty threw down a catch-me-if-you-can 58.56 world-ranks topper in the 100m breaststroke heats on the first morning of action at British Championships. Sheffield’s Ponds Forge well and truly awake.

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Adam Peaty threw down a catch-me-if-you-can 58.56 world-ranks topper in the 100m breaststroke heats on the first morning of action at British Championships. Sheffield’s Ponds Forge well and truly awake.

Comments

FabiOS

Will Adam swim the 200 breakstroke this week?

FabiOS

What a dummy I am…I forgot I had already read that article…thanks Craig 🙂

Denis Serio

Hi Craig. Have you heard that Cielo is back with a 22.04 time trial in Pinheiros?

Craig Lord

All in the rankings, inc. Santos 23.01 50 ‘fly…thanks Denis 🙂 No time to write on that at the mo…

David Brooks

Impressive from Peatty. Vassey just 0.01 off the British record. Also a national age group best in the 50 breast from Angharad Evans on 32.37 at 13 (i think).

David Brooks

Lightning fast women’s 50 breast final. 30.21 for Clark. Wow!

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