Battlelines Of Budapest: Peaty Attack The Best Form Of Defence; & The 200m Crunch

The blue in the black and white: Adam Peaty snapped by Gary McCaffery on training camp in Tenerife this year - courtesy of Gmcphotography.org

The world’s leading swimming nations are done with trials. The teams are named, the battlelines drawn: the World Championships got underway in Budapest today as pool swimmers make their final preparations for eight days of racing from July 23. SwimVortex continues its tour of title and medal contenders with men’s breaststroke, the realm of sprinter Adam Peaty, those chasing him and the challenge of Ippei Watanabe as he seeks to follow the world 200m record with a shot at the world crown

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The world’s leading swimming nations are done with trials. The teams are named, the battlelines drawn: the World Championships got underway in Budapest today as pool swimmers make their final preparations for eight days of racing from July 23. SwimVortex continues its tour of title and medal contenders with men’s breaststroke, the realm of sprinter Adam Peaty, those chasing him and the challenge of Ippei Watanabe as he seeks to follow the world 200m record with a shot at the world crown

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