Adam Peaty had the packed out London Aquatics Centre crowd in raptures as he surged to a world record to claim 100m Breaststroke gold on the penultimate day of the 2015 British Swimming Championships.
The Commonwealth and European champion - who won 200m Breaststroke gold on the opening night in London - became the first man to break 58 seconds for the 100m Breaststroke, winning gold in an incredible 57.92.
"The crowd were great and they really carried me home at the end, because that was a hell of a pain train," - Adam Peaty
Stirling's defending champion Ross Murdoch broke his own Scottish record to clock 59.13 - a time that would have won gold at any previous British Championships.
But it was good enough only for silver on the night as Peaty continued his irresistible form to add the 100m Breaststroke world record to the 50m Breast world marker he set last year.
“The crowd were great and they really carried me home at the end, because that was a hell of a pain train. That must be something in that lane four when it really matters," said Peaty.
Apart from Peaty's success, it was a night for the defending champions in London as three of the five other senior titles went to last year's victors.
Commonwealth champions Fran Halsall and Ben Proud were too good in their respective 50m Freestyle finals, Halsall winning the women's crown for the 10th time in 24.37 and Proud claiming his first in 21.99, having won silvers in 2014 and 2013.
Proud's Plymouth Leander teammate Tom Fannon joined him on the podium, breaking his own British and English 16 Yrs Age Group record from the heats to touch in 22.48.
Rachael Kelly was just 0.01 seconds slower than her personal best from the heats as she bagged her second 100m Butterfly title in 57.72 while Sophie Taylor was nearly a second clear of the field as she romped to 100m Breaststroke gold in 1:07.39.
Finally, Commonwealth champion Dan Wallace touched in 4:12.78 to land his first British title in the 400m Individual Medley with defending champion Roberto Pavoni following him home in 4:14.37.
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