Watch GBR’s Adam Peaty Destroy the 100m Breast WR in Rio with 57.13


Great Britain’s Adam Peaty lowered his own World Record in the 100 meter breaststroke on Sunday night in the final at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. He swam an absolutely unbelievable 57.13, winning by more than 1.5 seconds. South Africa’s Cameron van der Burgh took second with 58.69; USA’s Cody Miller won the bronze medal with a new American record of 58.87. (Read more about the Peaty’s record here).

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:

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Does this compete with the 200 free and 4 IM for most impressive records on the men’s side?


It easily does. No one will ever get close to his world record

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