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Full Name Adam Peaty
Date of Birth December 28, 1994
Age 29 years, 2 months, 15 days
Birthplace England
Birth City England
Country United Kingdom
Horoscope Capricorn

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Adam Peaty Biography

Adam Peaty is one of the most popular and richest Swimmer who was born on December 28, 1994 in England, England, United Kingdom. British swimmer who burst onto the international swimming scene in 2014, winning four gold medals at the LEN European Aquatics Championships and three gold medals at the Commonwealth Games. That year, he was nominated for the the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award.

He and Norway’s Alexander Dale Oen are both European Champions in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke.

Adam George Peaty, MBE (born 28 December 1994) is an English competitive swimmer who specialises in the breaststroke. He has represented Great Britain at the Olympic Games, World Championships and European Championships, and England in the Commonwealth Games. He won the gold medal in the 100 metre breaststroke at the 2016 Olympics, the first by a male British swimmer in 24 years. He is the current holder of the world record in 50 metre and 100 metre breaststroke events.

Peaty started training at the City of Derby swimming club in 2009, where he was coached by Melanie Marshall. He also trained up to eight times per week at Repton School, a co-educational boarding independent school in the village of Repton in Derbyshire, and two sessions at Loughborough University. He started to train full-time at Loughborough University in 2017.

His parents are Mark and Caroline Peaty.

NameAdam Peaty
First NameAdam
Last NamePeaty
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BirthdayDecember 28
Birth Year1994
Place of BirthEngland
Home TownEngland
Birth CountryUnited Kingdom
Birth SignCapricorn
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Peaty first joined Dove Valley Swimming Club in Uttoxeter when he was nine, and started to win races and setting club records by the time he was twelve. When he was 14, a friend took Peaty to join City of Derby Swimming Club, but the coach at the club, former Olympic swimmer Melanie Marshall, was not impressed by Peaty’s performance in the freestyle and put him in the slow lane with younger girls. However, she noticed “something special” the first time she saw him swim breaststroke. According to Peaty, he did not take swimming seriously until he was 17 – he was preparing for a night out drinking with friends when he read that Craig Benson, whom he knew well from the junior circuit, made the semi-final of the 100m breaststroke at the 2012 London Olympics. This prompted him to reassess his priorities, and spurred him on to commit fully to swimming and train full-time.

Adam Peaty Net Worth

Adam Peaty is one of the richest Swimmer from United Kingdom. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Adam Peaty's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)

He was born in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire and was mentored by Olympic gold medalist Rebecca Adlington.

He set the World Record in the 50-meter breast stroke with a time of 26.62 seconds in August 2014.

Net Worth (2024)$5 Million*
Net Worth in 2023$3 Million*
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In the 2014 World Short Course Championships, he rounded off his year with three silver medals in 50 metre breaststroke, 100 metre breaststroke and the 4 x 50 metre mixed medley relay, but again didn’t qualify for the final of the 200 metre breaststroke.

At the 2014 European Championships, Peaty set his first ever world record. After winning his heat of the 50 metre breaststroke, he then clocked a new world record time of 26.62 in the semi-final. He then went on to win gold in the final. He also set a second world record as part of the final of the 4 × 100 metre mixed medley relay, along with Walker-Hebborn, Jemma Lowe and Fran Halsall, with a time of 3:44.02. He also won the gold in the 100 metre breaststroke after winning all 3 of his races and the gold in the 4 x 100 metre medley relay along with Walker-Hebborn, Barrett and Ben Proud, ending the championships having won gold in 4 out of the 5 events he entered after not qualifying for the final of the 200 metre breaststroke.

Adam Peaty's Height & Physical Stats

Adam Peaty height 6 feet 3 inches Adam weight Not Known & body measurements will update soon.

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Peaty’s first senior event was the 2013 European Short Course Swimming Championships where he achieved three personal best times in the three breaststroke events.

Peaty was named Male World Swimmer of the Year by Swimming World Magazine in 2015 and 2018. He also won Male European Swimmer of the Year for 6 consecutive years from 2014 to 2019.

Who is Adam Peaty Dating?

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At the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, Peaty entered four events: the 50 metre breaststroke, the 100 metre breaststroke, the 200 metre breaststroke, and the 4 × 100 metre medley relay. In the 50 metre breaststroke, Peaty qualified fastest out of the heats, setting a new Commonwealth Games record, before winning his semi-final to qualify second fastest for the final. He eventually finished second in the final with a time of 26.78, 0.02 seconds behind South African Cameron van der Burgh. In the 100 metre breaststroke, Peaty set new Commonwealth Games records in the heats, semi-finals and the final, posting a time of 58.94 to win the gold, 0.34 seconds faster than van der Burgh who finished second. Olympic champion and world record holder van der Burgh was the favourite to win, but Peaty managed a record time for a British man in the event. In the 200 metre breaststroke, Peaty finished in fourth place, 0.15 seconds off a medal position and 2.72 seconds behind first placed Scotsman Ross Murdoch. Peaty also won gold in the 4 x 100 metre medley relay with his team of Chris Walker-Hebborn, Adam Barrett and Adam Brown

Interesting Facts about Adam Peaty

  1. Adam Peaty is a British Olympic swimmer.
  2. He holds the world record in 50m and 100m breaststroke.
  3. Peaty won gold at the Rio Olympics in 2016.
  4. He has won multiple World Championship titles.
  5. Peaty was awarded an MBE for services to swimming.
  6. He is known for his powerful stroke and speed.
  7. Peaty trains with the National Centre Loughborough team.
  8. He has been named European Swimmer of the Year three times.
  9. Peaty is sponsored by Adidas and other brands.
  10. He aims to defend his Olympic title at Tokyo 2020/21 Games.

Facts & Trivia

Adam Ranked on the list of most popular Swimmer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in United Kingdom. Adam Peaty celebrates birthday on December 28 of every year.

Peaty received the FINA award for Best Male Swimming Performance of 2015 after he won 3 gold medals at the World Championships in Kazan. In 2016, he was again honoured by FINA for the best male Olympic swimming performance of the year award after breaking the 100m breaststroke world record at the 2016 Olympics.

What is happening with Adam Peaty?

Peaty broke his foot while lunging at a training camp in Tenerife in May, ruling him out of last month’s World Championships and casting doubt on his participation at Birmingham 2022.

Who is Adam Peaty wife?

While Peaty was training at Loughborough University, he met girlfriend Eirianedd Munro, a student at the University. In April 2020, he announced that the couple were expecting a baby boy. Their son was born on 11 September 2020. On 23 August 2022 he announced their breakup.

Is Adam Peaty at Commonwealth Games?

Roaring with delight the super speedy England swimmer put a tricky few days behind him and roared on to gold at Birmingham 2022. Pure grit, is what got super speedy England breaststroke specialist Adam Peaty a gold medal in the 50m breaststroke at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday night (2 August).

Is Adam Peaty at the European Championships?

Adam Peaty has withdrawn from the British team for the European Championships and plans to take a prolonged break from swimming ahead of the 2023 season.

What did Peaty say that was disrespectful?

The English swimming legend Adam Peaty has been slammed in the social media and by former swimmers for his remark that seemed to suggest that the Commonwealth Games doesn’t matter after he lost 100m breaststroke.

Key Events

  1. Adam George Peaty (born 28 December 1994) is an English competitive swimmer who specialises in the breaststroke..

  2. Adam Peaty was born on 28 December 1994 in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire to Mark and Caroline Peaty, the youngest of four children..

  3. Peaty started training at the City of Derby swimming club in 2009, where he was coached by Melanie Marshall..

  4. According to Peaty, he did not take swimming seriously until he was 17 – he was preparing for a night out drinking with friends when he read that Craig Benson, whom he knew well from the junior circuit, made the semi-final of the 100m breaststroke at the 2012 London Olympics..

  5. Peaty's first senior event was the 2013 European Short Course Swimming Championships where he achieved three personal best times in the three breaststroke events..

  6. Peaty is the holder of the world record in 50 metre and 100 metre breaststroke events, and is unbeaten in either event in a long-course global championships since 2014, a streak of eight consecutive global titles across both events, a streak of titles only broken by injury-caused absence in 2022..

  7. Peaty is a six-time European swimmer of the year which he has won consecutively from 2014 to 2019, and also a two-time World swimmer of the year in 2015 and 2018. .

  8. He also won Male European Swimmer of the Year for 6 consecutive years from 2014 to 2019..

  9. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, Peaty entered four events: the 50 metre breaststroke, the 100 metre breaststroke, the 200 metre breaststroke, and the 4 × 100 metre medley relay..

  10. At the 2014 European Championships, Peaty set his first ever world record..

  11. In the 2014 World Short Course Championships, he rounded off his year with three silver medals in 50 metre breaststroke, 100 metre breaststroke and the 4 x 50 metre mixed medley relay, but again didn't qualify for the final of the 200 metre breaststroke. .

  12. Peaty rounded off his year by winning two silver medals at the 2015 European Short Course Swimming Championships in the 50 metre breaststroke and 100 metre breaststroke events. .

  13. Peaty received the FINA award for Best Male Swimming Performance of 2015 after he won 3 gold medals at the World Championships in Kazan..

  14. Peaty was named Male World Swimmer of the Year by Swimming World Magazine in 2015 and 2018..

  15. In 2015, Peaty's rise continued, breaking the world record for 100 metre breaststroke at the British Championships and World Trials by almost half a second..

  16. At the 2015 World Championships, he became a World Champion for the first time..

  17. His time of 57.92 seconds made him the first man to go under 58 seconds for the event. He qualified for all three breaststroke events at the 2015 World Aquatic Championships. .

  18. At the 2016 European Championships held in London, Peaty retained both of his individual titles in the 50 metre breaststroke and the 100 metre breaststroke, comfortably winning all of his heat, semi final and final swims and sharing the podium with his teammate Ross Murdoch on both occasions..

  19. He won the gold medal in the 100 metre breaststroke at the 2016 Summer Olympics, the first by a male British swimmer in 24 years, and retained the title at the 2020 Summer Olympics in 2021, the first British swimmer ever to retain an Olympic title..

  20. Peaty only competed in the 100 metre breaststroke in the individual events as 50 metre breaststroke was not an Olympic swimming event at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro..

  21. He then won his semi-final and went on to win the final, breaking the new world record that he himself had set in the heats, and winning Team GB's first gold medal of the 2016 Olympics on 7 August 2016, winning with a time of 57.13 seconds..

  22. Peaty has won the Ligue Européenne de Natation (LEN) Award for best male swimmer for three times in four years for his performances in 2016, 2017 and 2019..

  23. In 2016, he was again honoured by FINA for the best male Olympic swimming performance of the year award after breaking the 100m breaststroke world record at the 2016 Olympics..

  24. Peaty is one of only five British swimmers, with David Wilkie, Rebecca Adlington, James Guy, and Duncan Scott to have won gold medals at all four major international events (Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth Games), and with David Wilkie the only swimmers to hold all four major gold medals in the same single event at the same time, a feat he completed in winning the 100 metre breaststroke at the 2016 Olympics, and which he uniquely maintained through the 2020 Olympics..

  25. On 1 April 2016, Peaty started a YouTube channel, to which he published a number of videos; the first one on 14 April 2017 answered some common questions about himself..

  26. Among his many tattoos are an image of the Greek god Poseidon and the year 2016 in Roman numerals (MMXVI)..

  27. Peaty was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2017 New Year Honours and Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2022 New Year Honours, both for services to swimming. .

  28. He started to train full-time at Loughborough University in 2017..

  29. At the 2017 World Aquatics Championships, Peaty retained his 100 metre breaststroke title..

  30. At the 2017 European Short Course Swimming Championships, Peaty won a bronze medal in the 50 metre breaststroke with a personal best time and setting a new British record..

  31. At the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Peaty defended his 100 metre breaststroke title, winning in a time of 58.84 seconds after setting a games record time in the semi-final of 58.59, beating his teammate James Wilby in to silver medal position and his old rival van der Burgh in to bronze. However, he finished second in the 50 metre breaststroke behind van der Burgh, the first time he had failed to win a 50-metre breaststroke race for 4 years since he lost to him at the 2014 Commonwealth Games..

  32. At the 2018 European Championships, Peaty once again defended his European title in the 100 metre breaststroke, beating his own world record with a time recorded as 57.00 seconds, which was corrected to 57.10" the next day..

  33. In December Peaty and three fellow 2019 individual world championship medal-winning team-mates were pre-selected for the postponed Tokyo Olympics..

  34. Peaty competed in the inaugural season of the International Swimming League in 2019 and was one of the main supporters for the leagues creation..

  35. At the 2019 World Aquatics Championships held in Gwangju, South Korea, Peaty broke his own world record in the semi-final of the 100 metre breaststroke with a time of 56.88", and became the first man to break 57 seconds in the event, before anybody else had swum in under 58 seconds..

  36. In April 2020, he announced that the couple were expecting a baby boy..

  37. On 15 November 2020, at the International Swimming League meet in Budapest, Peaty competed as part of the London Roar team..

  38. Due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic both the 2020 Olympics and 2020 European Championships were postponed until 2021. .

  39. Their son was born on 11 September 2020..

  40. He ended up winning 6 out his 15 individual breaststroke events during the 2020 ISL season, as well as all 3 of the skins races he competed in..

  41. He won Britain's first gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games (held in 2021), beating Arno Kamminga of the Netherlands in the 100m breaststroke with a time of 57.37 seconds..

  42. In July 2021, Peaty became the first British swimmer to defend an Olympic title..

  43. For the 2021 year, Peaty received the Sportsman of the Year award from the Sports Journalists' Association..

  44. In August 2021, following the close of swimming at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Peaty and his mixed 4x100 metre medley relay teammates winning the gold medal and setting a new world record in the event was chosen as the number five moment at the 2020 Olympic Games in the sport of swimming by Olympics.com..

  45. For the 21st century through the end of 2021, Peaty had set a total of 11 individual world records in short course and long course meters, ranking as number five behind Michael Phelps, Aaron Peirsol, Ryan Lochte, and Cameron van der Burgh in terms of total number of individual world records achieved by a male swimmer in the century..

  46. While Peaty remained on the regular and playoffs season rosters, he ultimately decided not to compete in the International Swimming League in 2021 as the league had still not paid him all of the money he earned from the 2020 year..

  47. He did not enter the 200 metre breaststroke event and as of the Olympics held in 2021 had never entered the event again at a major championship..

  48. For the 2021 International Swimming League, Peaty was selected to the roster for team London Roar by fan vote..

  49. From September to November 2021, Peaty was a contestant on the nineteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing..

  50. He was the recipient of the award again in 2021..

  51. At the 2021 British Swimming Olympic trials Peaty won the 100m breaststroke title on the opening day of the championships at the London Aquatics Centre in a time of 57.39 seconds..

  52. In May 2021, he won his fourth successive gold medals in both the 100m breaststroke and the 50m breaststroke at the European Championships..

  53. In March 2022, Peaty signed a professional sponsorship deal with Speedo..

  54. Approximately two months later, he announced that due to a fractured foot that required him to rest for 6 weeks, he would not be participating at the 2022 World Aquatics Championships held in June in Budapest..

  55. In August 2022 he announced their breakup..

  56. Later in the year, in December at the 2022 World Short Course Championships in Melbourne, Australia, Peaty won the bronze medal in the 100 metre breaststroke with a time of 56.25 seconds, which was 37-hundredths of a second behind gold medalist Nic Fink and 18-hundredths of a second behind silver medalist Nicolò Martinenghi, and marked the first medal for Great Britain at the Championships..

  57. After the race he said that he has his 'spark back' but did not go on to race in any of the relay events at the championships and also chose to skip the 2022 European Championships..

  58. Peaty returned to compete in the 2022 Commonwealth Games after his injury but was beaten in the final of the 100m breaststroke for the first time in 8 years, finishing fourth behind England team-mate James Wilby and Australians Zac Stubblety-Cook and Sam Williamson..

  59. In an exclusive interview with journalist Craig Lord for The Times in 2023 , he revealed that he was taking time away from racing because of the mental-health pressures, demons and doubts he had faced after almost a decade as the fastest breaststroke swimmer in history..

  60. In April 2023, Peaty withdrew from the British Swimming Championships and revealed that he was struggling with his mental health..

  61. He continued to train for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, telling The Times: “The physical preparation goes on so my body will be ready to fight again when my heart and mind have caught up..