http://www.bbc.com/sport/swimming/50405628 Chasing rabbits rather than world records is helping Olympic champion Adam Peaty enjoy his swimming like never before. The reigning double breaststroke world champion over 50m and 100m is constantly looking at ways to keep his training interesting prior to defending his Rio 100m gold in Tokyo in eight months. Peaty’s participation in the lucrative[…]
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