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Adam Peaty won the second gold medal in three consecutive times

Adam Peaty won the second gold medal in three consecutive times

2019 World Aquatics Championship results: The British athlete Adam Peaty came back to the final of the 50m frog content evening 24/7, two days after winning 100m frog gold medal.

Adam Peaty dominated the short-distance breaststroke content at the 2019 world championship. On July 22th, he won a 100m frog gold medal, more than a second more than a second. On the evening of 24/7, the British athlete continued to finish first in the 50m frog content, with a record of 26 seconds 06, more than second-place Felipe Lima 0.6 seconds.

This is the third time in a row, Peaty scored a gold medal at the World Aquatics Championship, after 2015 in Kazan, Russia, and 2017 in Budapest, Hungary. Peaty who was born in 1994 currently holds the world record in both 50m and 100m frog content.

At the 2019 World Aquatics Championship, Peaty's goal was to shove the world record in both forte. However, he only finished half, breaking the record at the 100m frog race, at the semi-finals on July 21. At the final 50m frog, Peaty was less than the record he created two years ago 11 percent seconds.

Along with Sun Yang, Caeleb Dressel and Kristof Milak, Peaty is a strong candidate for the title of male athletes this year. Peaty is also the only UK athlete, by the end of July 24, winning gold medals at the 2019 World Aquatics Championship.