Adam Peaty claimed his second gold medal at the World Swimming Championships in Hungary this evening.
He won the 50m breaststroke final in 25.99, narrowly missing out on breaking the world record for the third time at this Championships.
That added to the gold he won in the men’s 100m breaststroke final on Monday in Budapest.
The 22-year-old from Uttoxeter broke the 50m breaststroke world record twice on Tuesday, clocking 26.10 in the heats and then 25.95 in the semi-finals.
And there was no stopping him in the final as he blew his rivals away. Brazil's Joao Gomes Junior was second in 26.52 and South African Cameron van der Burgh was third in 26.60.
It's a fifth world title for Peaty, the City of Derby swimmer now based at the national centre at Loughborough.