Where do we start with the British Swimming legend, Adam Peaty?
He is literally redefining the breaststroke technique and because of this, his 100m world record 56.88, is nearly 2 seconds faster than any other breaststroke swimmer in the world!
We’ve spoken to coaches about Adam Peaty’s training routine and schedule and the London Roar captain is one of the hardest workers on the planet. If there are any younger swimmers wanting Adam Peaty’s motivation, this is the video for you!
With his new and improved starts and turns, by the time the 2020 Tokyo Olympics comes round, Adam Peaty swimming the 100m breaststroke looks good to break the world record even further. How close can he get to the 55-second mark?!