How Adam Peaty Has Led A Bull Run On Shiny Suit Standards This Past Olympic Quad

World record & Pioneer Adam Peaty in London, 2015 - by Gian Mattia D'Alberto / lapresse

This month, SwimVortex is posting a series of short articles and tables that take stock of how swimmers, coaches and swimming speed have coped with the onslaught of shiny suits in 2008-09. After considering human limits we looked at men’s sprint freestyle, distance freestyle and backstroke. Today: Men’s Breaststroke. There is nowhere else to start than 57.13.

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This month, SwimVortex is posting a series of short articles and tables that take stock of how swimmers, coaches and swimming speed have coped with the onslaught of shiny suits in 2008-09. After considering human limits we looked at men’s sprint freestyle, distance freestyle and backstroke. Today: Men’s Breaststroke. There is nowhere else to start than 57.13.

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