Adam Peaty: World champion says he can break his own 50m breaststroke world record

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World champion Adam Peaty insists he can improve on his new 50m breaststroke world record.

Peaty, 22, became the first man to dip under 26 seconds, finishing in 25.95s on his way to retaining his World Championship title in Hungary.

“I can probably shave about 0.3 off the start. We’re looking at very fast territory if we nail all the things we can,” he told BBC East Midlands Today.

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