Adam Peaty secured his second gold medal on day four of the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.
The Olympic champion added the 50m Breaststroke title to his 100m Breaststroke crown won on day two in Hungary.
He went under 26 seconds for the second time in as many days to take the gold, touching in 25.99.
Peaty had already impressed the world with two world records in this event as he qualified for the finals, setting the bar at 25.75 in the semis.
And with the 50m event set to make its Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Peaty admitted he hoped he could lower the record again in the next few years.
Peaty said: “That felt really, really good even though I slightly messed up a stroke.
"There’s definitely more in there somewhere but it will take a lot more hard work to make that happen.
"We’re only at the start of our four-year journey to Tokyo 2020.”