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Adam Peaty smashes his own world record in 100m breaststroke

6 Tips for a better Breaststroke Swimming Adam Peaty Performance in Men's 100m Breaststroke finals world record

As we know Adam peaty did 57:62 in heats and set a new world record in this event but in a short interview he said that” Work is not Completed yet” And now in Finals he again make a new world record with timing :- 57:13

Last Records

  • World record:-57.55, GBR, PEATY Adam in Rio 2016
  • Olympic Record:- 57.55, GBR, PEATY Adam in Rio 2016

Day two of the Rio Olympic Games gets underway with Team GB still searching for their first medal after a disappointing Saturday, although Adam Peaty has the chance to change that as he goes for gold in the 100m breaststroke following his world record display in the heats. In Men’s 100m breaststroke there were total eight finalists:-

Two Americans – Kevin Cordes and Cody Miller

Two Brazilians – Joao Gomes and Felipe Franca

Dimitriy Balandin :- Kazakhstan,

Yasuhiro Koseki of Japan

Cameron Van Der Burgh of South Africa in the final, alongside Peaty.

Adam peaty set a NEW WORLD RECORD again in FINALs:- 57:13

VAN DER BURGH Cameron did :- 58:69

MILLER Cody did:- 58:87    :- IN FINAL

Heats Timing in 100m breaststroke:-

  • Joao Gomes (59.40)
  • Kevin Cordes (59.33)
  • Cameron Van Der Burgh (59.21)
  • Adam Peaty (57.62):- New World Record
  • Cody Miller (59.05)
  • Yasuhiro Koseki (59.23)
  • Felipe Franca (59.35)
  • Dimitriy Balandin (59.45)

Final Start List:-

 Britain’s Adam Peaty smashes his own world record in 100m breaststroke Adam Peaty Performance in Men's 100m Breaststroke finals

Finals Time in 100m Breaststroke :-

 Britain’s Adam Peaty smashes his own world record in 100m breaststroke

 

 

 

 

Rio Olympic Swimming Day two Heat Sheet:

  1. Women’s 100,m Backstroke
  2. Women’s 100.m Breaststroke
  3. Men’s 100m Backstroke
  4. Women’s 400m Freestyle
  5. Men’s 4 x 100m Freestyle

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