Adam Peaty says shock 100m breaststroke final defeat gives him hunger to continue

Adam Peaty says his fourth-place finish in the men's 100 metres breaststroke final has given him the "hunger" he needed to continue in the sport."Terrible race, I don't know what went wrong," the swimmer said, after finishing outside the medal positions. Peaty has not lost a senior race over 100m breaststroke at any time in the last eight years."To be honest, I'm not too bothered about it because it's given me the hunger that I needed at the moment."

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