Peaty chasing more gold at the World Swimming Championships in Korea

SUPER swimmer Adam Peaty is chasing more gold after winning through to the 50m breaststroke final at the World Swimming Championships in South Korea.
Uttoxceter-raised Peaty broke his own world record in the 100m breastroke semi-final in the Gwangiu pool on Sunday.
He became the first man to break the 57-second barrier, clocking 56.88secs., on his way to claiming gold in yesterday’s final.
He produced a slower time of 57.14 in the final, but finished well ahead of GB team mate James Wilby in second place.
The 24-year-old former Cheadle Painsley College student has dominated both the 100m and 50m in recent years, setting 14 best times in the 100m breaststroke.