Nic Fink Claims Gold in 100m Breaststroke as Peaty Makes Podium Comeback

American Swimmer Nic Fink Secures Long-Course Gold at World Championships in Doha, Breaking a Record

Nic Fink has won the 100m breaststroke gold at the World Championships in Doha, adding to his short-course crown and becoming the first American athlete to claim a long-course title. Fink had a huge start, leading throughout despite an attack from Adam Peaty. In the end, he took the title in 58.57 and claimed his country’s first gold of the championships.

Fink’s impressive performance brings his medal count at the last three worlds to a total of three – silver in Fukuoka last year in a three-way tie with Arno Kamminga and Martinenghi, which followed bronze at Budapest 2022. The splits for each swimmer were as follows: Fink with 26.98/31.59, Martinenghi with 27.08/32.02, and Peaty with 27.53/31.41.

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