Watch Adam Peaty win 100 Breaststroke – World Championships Race Video

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MEN’S 100M BREASTSTROKE – FINALS

2013 World Champion: Christian Sprenger, AUS – 58.79
World Record: 57.92 – Adam Peaty, GBR – 2015
Championship Record: 58.18 – Adam Peaty, GBR – 2015

GOLD: Adam Peaty, GBR 58.52
SILVER: Cameron Van Der Burgh, RSA 58.59
BRONZE: Ross Murdoch, GBR 59.09

The men’s 100 breaststroke was a huge event for the British World Championship Team, claiming two of the three spots on the podium. World Record Holder Adam Peaty won the men’s 100 breaststroke with a time of 58.52, touching out South Africa’s Cameron Van Der Burgh by .07 seconds. They finished roughly a half second ahead of the bronze medalist, Ross Murdoch of Great Britain. Murdoch finished with a final time of 59.09.

Dimitry Balandin just missed the podium, finishing fourth with a time of 59.42. Baladin got his hands on the wall just ahead of Australia’s Jake Packard, who finished fifth at 59.44.

Giedrius Titenis and Kirill Prigoda were the final two swimmers under 1 minute in sixth and seventh place.

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tim051296

As great as Adam Peaty is, he had no business winning this race. His under-waters almost cost him the race. If Van Der Burgh had a better turn, then he would’ve out-touched Peaty. It was a fantastic race though and will be a great rivalry for the next few years.

Joe

Wow his start is AWFUL. Can’t imagine what he can go if he can get that down, and not have to swim the whole race from behind

ML

I don’t think Peaty’s start is awful so much as Van Der Burgh’s is awesome.

Joel Lin

Things are looking very bright for UK swimming now.

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MEL STEWART Jr., aka Gold Medal Mel, won three Olympic medals at the 1992 Olympic Games. Mel's best event was the 200 butterfly. He is a former World, American, and NCAA Record holder in the 200 butterfly. As a writer/producer and sports columnist, Mel has contributed to Yahoo Sports, Universal Sports, …

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