Budapest: Britain's Adam Peaty broke the men’s 50 metres breaststroke world record for the second time on Tuesday.
Peaty’s time of 25.95 seconds in the World Swimming Championships semifinals eclipsed his mark of 26.10 seconds which he set in the morning's heats.
Masse breaks 100m record
Meanwhile, Canada's Kylie Masse set a world record for the women’s 100m backstroke.
Masse’s time of 58.10 seconds broke the previous mark of 58.12 seconds set by Britain's Gemma Spofforth at the 2009 world championships.