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Adam Peaty wins the world 100m breaststroke title for the third time

Adam Peaty Credit: PA

Uttoxeter swimmer Adam Peaty has won the world 100 metres breaststroke title for the third time with victory in Gwangju, South Korea.

The 24-year-old led home Great Britain team-mate James Wilby in a time of 57.14 seconds, with Yan Zibei of China in third.

At the semi-finals on Sunday, Peaty broke his own world record to become the first man to swim the distance in under 57 seconds. He finished at 56.88 seconds.