Peaty, 22, who won gold on Monday in the 100 breaststroke, shaved 0.32 second of the record he had previously set in the worlds of Kazan, Russia, in 2015.
Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa was the fastest in the non-Olympic event, with a whopping 0.44 behind.
It is the second world record at this year’s championships after Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom established a division of 51.71 in the 4×100 women’s free relay on Sunday.happy wheels
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