Break Records granddaughter, grandmother’s So The World Attention

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SMKN 1 SLAHUNG – British swimmer, Adam peaty, twice broke the world record in two days of the 2016 Olympics in Brazil, a gold medal from the 100m men’s breaststroke, Monday, August 8, 2016. He recorded a time of incredible 57.13 in the final seconds.
Achievement peaty break the world record he created previously, namely 57.55 seconds when allowance.Achievements of 21-year old boy was worthy to be highlighted.However, it was not he better known netizen.
Quoted from theMetro,Mavis Williams who stole the 74-year-old netizen from his grandson.According to Google, Mavis who called himself #OlympicNan, now on top of the list of search trends internet.
Mavis deliberately keep himself awake on Monday morning, to provide support for his grandson, within 6,000 miles of the location digelarnya final.Success peaty, giving Britain its first gold medal in swimming branch, in nearly three decades.
Peaty now becomes the fourth British athlete, who have notched at number breaststroke within the last 100 years.Three predecessor was David Wilkie (1976), Duncan Goodhew (1980), and Adrian Moorhouse (1998).
Immediately after peaty confirmed as champions, Mavis immediately make nudge, congratulations for the grandson, also other colleagues from the British team.”My grandson has to do it,” Mavis wrote on Twitter, which quickly spread to 3,400 followers.
My Grandson has done it ?????????????? @adam_peaty @britishswimming @adam_peaty
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– Mavis (@ Mavise42Mavis) August 8, 2016
Well you have done it @adam_peatyyou have made ​​it, your hard work paid off.Congratulations to you and @massivemel.So proud love Nan x

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