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Adam Peaty of Britain breaks own world record in 100m breaststroke with time of 56.88 seconds Updated: 2019-07-22 07:02:56 KST

A big day for fans at the Gwangju 2019 World Aquatics Championships on Sunday.
The first world record of the championships was broken by Britain's Adam Peaty in the men's 100-meter breaststroke, beating has own previous world-beating time.
Flirting with a new world record in the heats, Peaty shattered his own record with a time of 56.8-8 seconds during the semifinals of the event.
The final takes place on Monday.
Fans could be in for a treat if the British swimmer wins his third straight world title and sets ANOTHER world record in the process.
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