Adam Peaty (from Great Britain) has broke his world record in the 100m breaststroke heats at the Rio 2016 Olympic. As we know He qualified first in 57.55 seconds at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium, lowering his previous mark of 57.92 set in London on 17 April 2015.
“I went out pretty fast, quite easy, came back and I heard everyone cheering and I thought, what are they cheering for, there’s no Brazilians in this lane?” Adam Peaty said.
Peaty and 15 other swimmers moved on to the evening semi-finals. Source:- Rio2016.com.
But In Semifinals he did not made his time under 57:55. Now Look forword to the Final People are cheering for him.
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- Women’s 100m Backstroke
- Men’s 200m Freestyle
- Women’s 100m Breaststroke
- Men’s 100m Backstroke
- Women’s 400m Freestyle
- Men’s 4 x 100m Freestyle