Adam Peaty absolutely smashed the 100 metres breaststroke heats by beating his own world record


Adam Peaty was already a world record holder - but he just beat his own time by 0.37 seconds to finish the 100 metres breaststroke in 57.55 seconds.

And everyone's chuffed for him on Twitter.

The 21-year-old is hotly fancied to become Britain's first male Olympic champion in swimming since Adrian Moorhouse in 1988 - and people just love his chilled out attitude towards it all.

Guess it must be pretty good to know you're the best in the world at something... twice.