Top 20 Most Significant Swim Stories Of 2016: #4 – The Marshall Art Of Peaty Power

Adam Peaty celebrates gold in a world record of 57.13 - by Patrick B. Kraemer

SwimVortex continues a countdown of the most significant swimming stories of Olympic Year 2016. Today, Adam Peaty, whose 57.13sec world record for Olympic gold in the 100m breaststroke was the performance of the year, on impact, on points, on sheer dominance over rivals. No 4 – The Marshall Art Of Peaty Power

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SwimVortex continues a countdown of the most significant swimming stories of Olympic Year 2016. Today, Adam Peaty, whose 57.13sec world record for Olympic gold in the 100m breaststroke was the performance of the year, on impact, on points, on sheer dominance over rivals. No 4 – The Marshall Art Of Peaty Power

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Ger

I can’t see anyone coming out of nowhere to challenge him unless they are juiced up big time, and that is a concern.

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