SW: WILBY (GBR) - silver
GLASGOW - Comments from James WILBY (GBR) after claiming the silver medal behind world record-breaker Adam PEATY (GBR) in the men's 100m breaststroke at Tollcross International Swimming Centre on Saturday..
James WILBY (GBR) - silver
On his personal-best performance of 58.54 seconds, behind PEATY (world record 57.00s):
"I was hoping for sub-59 and to do it by that much was special, especially with the swim Adam put in and a great 1-2 for Britain. I couldn't be more happy."
On swimming with Peaty:
"Before I sorted myself out and started putting myself on big teams, back in 2015, London, Adam did the world record for the first time. I was next to him then as well, so it's a strange feeling seeing it happen again. It's also nice when I do a good time myself.
"Don't get me wrong, it's good to be able to see a fellow team-mate putting in good performances but I'm focusing on what I want to achieve. It does motivate me to an extent, gives me an extra kick, but we both individually have our own motivations."
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