The British swimmer turned the air blue after his victory in the 100-metre breaststroke final.
Interviewing England’s Commonwealth swimmers at the edge of a pool was a decision that guaranteed the presenter a viral video...
Mike, why didn't you just say you fancied a swim?
'I want to be the fastest at my sport.'
At just 21, Adam Peaty made history at the Rio 2016 Olympic games for becoming Britain’s first male Olympic swimming champion
I will be in Rio commentating on the Swimming for the BBC. Adam Peaty, from Great Britain, is the favourite to win Gold in the same event I did 28 years ago. If he can handle the pressure and control the controllables he's got a great chance of winning. Who knows what lessons he'll learn from his experience and where he'll be in 28 years' time.
Back stroke is great for toning your back, arms and bingo wings.
Ok, slight disclaimer: this feature isn’t going to turn you into gold medal-winning Olympian Adam Peaty. But, Peaty’s win
World record. Boom!
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