WATCH Adam Peaty Break World Record in 100m Breaststroke


Great Britain’s Adam Peaty broke the World Record in the 100 long course meter breaststroke on Saturday morning at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, making him the first swimming World Record and second overall World Record (after an archer) of the event.

He swam a 57.55 to break his own World Record of 57.92 (read more there).

Because of media rights, broadcasters have not made the video available to share, but they have posted it on their own sites.

To watch Peaty’s World Record, click the link below:

If you find video links for other countries, please post them in the comments.

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anne mapa
7 years ago

Hi! Is there a way for us in the Philippines to watch these full videos of the swimming events?

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