Adam Peaty wins gold at Rio 2016

What goes into a record-breaking swim?

Our exhibitor, TritonWear, provides the key statistics which made Adam Peaty’s World Record in the 100m Breaststroke possible:

Time: 00:57:13
Average Speed: 1.88 m/s
Stroke Rate: 1.02 s/str
Stroke Count: 21

Adam proved it is possible to maintain efficiency with a quick rate. Despite a poor start, Adam was able to power ahead of the field and smash the world record with an impressive performance.

Data-driven swim coaching is of growing importance, and allows coaches to have greater insight into their athlete’s performance than ever before. TritonWear are working to empower swim coaches with this data and look forward to meeting with National Federations and head coaches at the FINA Convention.

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