Thanks to YouTube user debanks2 for posting the video.
Above, watch British 20-year old Adam Peaty crush the World Record in the 100 meter breaststroke by half-a-second.
Peaty swims with an almost summer-league-pace turnover, with his recovery being so fast that it almost doesn’t look right. The stroke, however, is clearly working for him, as he swam 57.92 to become the first swimmer ever under 58 seconds in the 100 meter breaststroke.
Update: a second video of Adam Peaty’s World Record swim has popped up on YouTube, courtesy of the AbingdonVale Swimming Club.