Adam Peaty MBE made history at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as he not only became the first member of Team GB to take gold in Brazil but the first male Olympic Champion in the pool since 1988, as he won the Men’s 100m Breaststroke in World record time. Adam was subsequently awarded Best Male Swimming Performance of the Rio 2016 Games by FINA after his impressive win that saw him breaking his existing world record in the heats and then again in the final by almost a second.
His recent World stage performance in Budapest sees him as the current 2017 FINA World Championship in both the 50m and 100m breaststroke, not bad for someone who hated the water and would scream at even entering the bath. Whilst swimming takes up 99% of Adam’s time he does have a few other passions, from his love of fashion, tattoos, cars, and a grooming regime.
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