Adam Peaty breaks 57 seconds barrier and100m breaststroke world record

Last Updated: July 23, 2019

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Adam Peaty breaks 57 seconds barrier and100m breaststroke world record
23 July 2019 Current Affairs: Britain swimmer Adam Peaty break the world record in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke at the World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea. 
He compensated the previous record of 57.10 seconds.
This record was made by at last year’s European Championships
He won the semi-finals in 56.88 seconds.
Adam Peaty won the event 1.4 seconds faster in history. 
He is the first man to break the 57-second barrier in the event. 
Peaty finished with the gap of two seconds ahead of China’s Yan Zibei
He finished the first semi-final in second place in 58.67
He got the third position with 58.83 points.

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