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Summary

  1. Peaty smashes own 50m breaststroke record - first swimmer to go under 26 seconds
  2. USA's Lilly King sets new world record in the women's 100m breaststroke final
  3. GB's Sarah Vasey finishes eighth
  4. Canada's Kylie Masse sets new world record of 58.10 women's 100m backstroke final
  5. GB's Kathleen Dawson finishes eighth
  6. GB's Duncan Scott fourth and James Guy fifth in the men's 200m freestyle final

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  1. 'Wonderful' King breaks 100m breaststroke world record

    Another world record, we spoil you!

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    Video caption: 'Wonderful' Lily King breaks 100m breaststroke world record
  2. Kylie Masse breaks the 100m backstroke world record

    It is a day for record breakers, with Canada's Kylie Masse breaking the 100m backstroke world record too.

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    Video caption: Kylie Masse breaks the 100m backstroke world record
  3. Watch: Peaty smashes own world record

    Give it a watch, it will only take 25.95 seconds of your time.

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    Video caption: Adam Peaty breaks 50m breaststroke world record twice in one day
  4. What’s on the schedule today and are there any Brits involved?

    Here’s what’s coming up today and the British competitors involved:

    Men’s 200m Freestyle (final) – James Guy and Duncan Scott

    Women’s 1500m Freestyle (final) – no GB

    Men’s 50m Breaststroke (semi-final) – Adam Peaty

    Women’s 100m Backstroke (final) – Kathleen Dawson

    Men’s 100m Backstroke (final) – no GB

    Women’s 200m Freestyle (semi-final) – no GB

    Men’s 200m Butterfly (semi-final) – no GB

    Women’s 100m Breaststroke (final) - Sarah Vasey

  5. What coverage will be on the BBC?

    The BBC will feature live coverage of the swimming and diving events online, on Red Button and on TV. You can see the full schedule here for the swimming here.

  6. What are the World Championships?

    The World Championships are arranged by global body FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation) and take place every two years.

    This year’s event runs from 14-30 July in Budapest, Hungary. The schedule includes a variety of aquatic sports including diving, swimming, synchronised swimming, water polo, open water swimming and high diving.

    At the previous event, held in Kazan, Russia, GB came fifth in the medal table with 14 medals.