Australia breaks world record for swimming, Adam Peaty’s winning streak ends

Australia breaks women’s 4x200m freestyle relay world record Adam Ptu For the first time in a major international event at the Commonwealth Games, she had to face defeat in the 100m breaststroke.

madison wilson, kia melverton, Molly O’Callaghan And Ariane Titmus United at 7:39.29 clock in Birmingham, Great Britain. He took 1.04 seconds from the Tokyo Olympics to China’s world record.

Olympic 200m free and 400m free champion Titmus recorded the fastest 4x200m free relay split in history in 1:52.82, breaking the previous record set by the Italian of 1:53.45. Federica Pellegrini At the 2009 World Championships.

In May, Titmus . Be the first swimmer Katie Ledecky To break a Ledecky world record, taking down Ledecky’s best time in the 400 m free.

Titmus left the world last month to focus on the Commonwealth, where he would have faced Ledecky.

Titmus and Ledecky haven’t been face-to-face since Tokyo and may not do so until next summer’s Worlds in Fukuoka, Japan.

Earlier on Sunday, Britt Peaty was fourth in the 100m breast, an event where she won every Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth Games title from 2014 to 2021.

Peaty, who owns the best 17 times in history led by a world record of 56.88, clocked 59.86 in Sunday’s final, two and a half months after he fractured his right leg, which caused him to miss June’s worlds.

“Lack of training, lack of racing, it’s what it is,” the 27-year-old said on the BBC. “I’m a warrior. Sometimes you get these moments to keep fighting, really. … It’s a huge moment for me, actually, because it’s now a part of my career where you move on.” Or choose to keep fighting or whatever. I know this is probably my last Commonwealth Games.”

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If Pete had repeated his semi-final time from Saturday, he would have taken the gold over the countrymen James Wilby, PT led .13 at the 50 m mark in the final and was passed by three men in the last 20 m.

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