Britain's Adam Peaty reacts after winning the men's 100m breaststroke final at the World Swimming Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, Monday, July 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)
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Three of the most dominant swimmers in the world took center stage at the world championships Monday.With teammate James Wilby taking the silver, Peaty said Britain was setting the bar in the breaststroke.No less dominant is Hosszu, who cruised to her fourth world title in the 200 individual medley in a time of 2:07.53 .MacNeil said that she had just been hoping for a medal, and that to beat Sjostrom to gold was "really unbelievable".Caeleb Dressel became the first American to win the men's 50 butterfly at the world championships.
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