Great Britain's Adam Peaty has won the 100m breaststroke at the World Championships in South Korea - his third successive gold in the event.
The 24-year-old clocked 57.14 seconds to comfortably beat compatriot James Wilby, with China's Yan Zibei in third.
Peaty is unbeaten in five years over the distance in major competitions, and will compete in the 50m on Tuesday.
The semi-final saw him break his own world record, becoming the first man to swim the event in under 57 seconds.
He aimed to beat Sunday's record-breaking time, but said he was still "over the moon" with 57.14.
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