Analysis M100 Breaststroke: Adam Peaty & The VD Burgh Duel Rewrite All-Time Ranks

Adam Peaty is leading an assault on breaststroke standards as the pioneer who cracked 58sec on his way to the world title - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Adam Peaty’s pioneering pace-setting this year and his duel with Cameron Van der Burgh in Kazan have shaken the tree when it comes to the all-time top 10 rankings for performers and performances and Ross Murdoch, Giedrius Titenis and Dmitry Balandin joined the ranks-rattling party, too

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Adam Peaty’s pioneering pace-setting this year and his duel with Cameron Van der Burgh in Kazan have shaken the tree when it comes to the all-time top 10 rankings for performers and performances and Ross Murdoch, Giedrius Titenis and Dmitry Balandin joined the ranks-rattling party, too

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