World and Olympic champions Caeleb Dressel and Adam Peaty smashed their very own quick course world data on the ultimate day of the International Swimming League season in Budapest on Sunday.
American Dressel, who final Monday turned the primary man to swim the 100-metre particular person medley in beneath 50 seconds, sliced an additional six tenths off his document of 49.88 with a brand new better of 49.28.
WATCH | Caeleb Dressel lowers 100m IM document to 49.28 seconds:
The 24-year-old, racing for the Cali Condors group, has now gone practically a second quicker than anybody else in historical past with the following finest being Russian Vladimir Morozov who set a then-record 50.26 in 2018.
London Roar’s Peaty touched the wall with a time of 55.41 within the 100 breaststroke, beating the document 55.49 the Briton set in the identical pool per week in the past.
WATCH | Adam Peaty units two breaststroke world marks in per week:
“It feels like every race is a world championship or an Olympic final, it’s incredible,” mentioned London Roar normal supervisor Rob Woodhouse. “Seeing all these world records is just amazing.”
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Dressel, a double Olympic gold medallist in 2016 and winner of seven world championship gold in Budapest in 2017, set two world data on Saturday within the 100 butterfly and 50 freestyle.
Dutch swimmer Kira Toussaint, Peaty’s London Roar teammate, set a girls’s 50 backstroke world document of 25.60 on Nov. 14.
Teams have been racing behind closed doorways in Budapest since Oct. 16 with Energy Standard, Cali Condors, LA Current and London Roar reaching the finals.
The unbeaten Condors emerged because the 2020 champions.