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Commonwealth Games 2022: Adam Peaty finishes fourth as James Wilby springs upset by winning 100m breaststroke gold

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Adam Peaty finished fourth in the men's 100m breaststroke final at the Commonwealth Games as compatriot James Wilby took gold. The three-time Olympic gold medallist was in competitive action after suffering a broken foot back in May. Australia's Zac Stubblety-Cook took the silver medal (59.52 seconds) and compatriot Sam Williamson won bronze.
2 months ago·Birmingham, United Kingdom

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Wilby wins 100m breaststroke with Peaty fourth

Watch as Adam Peaty comes fourth in the men's 100m breaststroke for his first defeat in the event since 2015 as James Wilby claims gold at the Commonwealth Games.

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The GuardianThe Guardian

Adam Peaty in historic loss in 100m breaststroke at Commonwealth Games

Adam Peaty tasted defeat for the first time in eight years and finished fourth and he admitted: ‘I had nothing left in the tank with 25m to go’

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The IndependentThe Independent

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2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Express & StarExpress & Star

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2 months ago·Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
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EurosportEurosport

Commonwealth Games 2022: Adam Peaty finishes fourth as James Wilby springs upset by winning 100m breaststroke gold

"Adam Peaty was widely expected to win the 100m breaststroke at the Commonwealth Games, having won every single race he has entered in the discipline since 2015, but instead he finished down in fourth. Peaty\u0027s compatriot James Wilby took gold. Australia\u0027s Zac Stubblety-Cook claimed the silver medal and compatriot Sam Williamson won bronze."

2 months ago
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