The defending champion got his Gold in the 100m breast stroke.Read the full story ›
The Uttoxeter-born swimmer claimed the final award of last night's event - Athlete of the Year.Read the full story ›
The Olympic swimmer is up against two other athletes for the British Swimming award.Read the full story ›
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Uttoxeter swimmer Adam Peaty is getting ready to receive his MBE at Buckingham Palace tomorrow (11 October).
The 2016 Olympic gold medallist was named in the New Year's Honours List after breaking his own world record in the 100 metre breast stroke in Rio.
Swimmer Adam Peaty has set a world record time of 26.10 seconds in the heats of the 50 metres breaststroke at the World Championships.Read the full story ›
The Midlands Grand National takes place today at Uttoxeter race course. 16,000 people are expected to turn out!Read the full story ›
The attack happened on Saturday, October 15 after 9pm at an address in Windsor Road.Read the full story ›
Adam Peaty has been awarded the Freedom of the City of Derby, where he trained for his gold and silver medal success in Rio.Read the full story ›
Everyone is invited to line the streets waving their flags in celebration to commemorate his achievements at the Olympic Games in Rio.Read the full story ›
A local supermarket in Uttoxeter has been given a golden makeover to celebrate the gold medal won by the town’s Adam Peaty.Read the full story ›