Buoyant Adam Peaty secures Paris Olympics spot after ‘three years of hell’

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  • Peaty clocks fastest time this year at British Championships
  • Olympic champion has battled depression and alcohol problems

Adam Peaty said a new relaxed mindset can serve him well after securing passage to this summer’s Paris Olympics by finishing first in his signature 100m breaststroke event on the first day of the British Championships in London.

The 29-year-old touched the wall in 57.94 seconds in the evening’s final – the fastest men’s 100m breaststroke time in the world this year and an improvement on the 59.10 seconds it took him to win bronze at February’s World Championships in Doha.

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