Adam Peaty concluded his glittering international season with 50m breaststroke silver at the World Short Course Championships in Doha.
Peaty, who broke the British record on his way into the final yesterday, swam just outside his best to finish equal second with South Africa’s Cameron Van Der Burgh.
The 19-year old was back again later in the Men’s 4x100 Medley relay which saw him line up with teammates Chris Walker-Hebborn, Adam Barrett and Benjamin Proud to take on the world’s best.
The quartet were neck-and-neck at the halfway point with USA and Brazil, but slipped off the pace to finish fifth in a new British record time.
In the 50m backstroke final, sprint specialist Georgia Davies touched just 0.02 outside the new British record she set yesterday in the semis to place equal seventh with Simona Baumrtova of the Czech Republic.