'That wasn't breaststroke, he was flying!' Peaty mounts comeback to win

Adam Peaty mounts a late comeback to break his own British record and win the men's 50m breaststroke for London Roar on the first day of semi-finals of the International Swimming League in Budapest.

Peaty's team-mate Duncan Scott also broke his own British record to beat Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino in the 200m individual medley, while Roar's Tom Dean defeated the previously unbeaten Danas Rapsys in the 400m freestyle.

The standout performance of the first day of semi-final one belonged to London's Kira Toussant, who set a new world record in the 50m backstroke.

The Dutch swimmer touched in 25.60 seconds to beat the previous mark of 25.67 set by Brazilian Etiene Medeiros in 2014.

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