Analysis M50Br: Adam Peaty, Youngest Champ Ever At 19, Leads Ranks Revolution

Adam Peaty of Great Britain celebrates a new World Record in the 50m semis on the way to 3 golds in 4 days - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Adam Peaty emerged from the world championships 50m breaststroke final as the youngest winner of the title ever, at 19 and 220 days old. He turns 20 three days after the opening of presents for the birthday boy born in a manger. Christmas came early for the Brit in Kazan

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Adam Peaty emerged from the world championships 50m breaststroke final as the youngest winner of the title ever, at 19 and 220 days old. He turns 20 three days after the opening of presents for the birthday boy born in a manger. Christmas came early for the Brit in Kazan

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