The Olympic champion had already made certain of his ticket to Japan however the motivation was clear as he received the ultimate in 57.39 seconds, the fifth quickest of all time, with precisely 100 days to go till the Games begin.
The Briton, who set a document 56.88 on the 2019 world championships in Gwangju, is the one man to have swum the 100m below 58 seconds and he now has the highest 20 quickest occasions in historical past.
It was additionally the 15th time he has recorded a sub-58 second time.
“I’ve had a lot going on with a kid, moving house, so I’m happy to come here. I think that’s consolidated the top 20 ever now,” mentioned Peaty, who turned a father final yr.
“The execution was perfect, I’m way ahead of where I should be now,” added the 26-year-old. “So I can take a lot of confidence into the summer, the Olympics…and show the world we’re a force to be reckoned with.”
The Briton, who’s utilizing the occasion as apply, had already swum a 57.70 within the morning’s heats.
Peaty mentioned the start of his son in September offered loads of motivation, notably at an occasion just like the trials that are going down behind closed doorways as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
“It’s like nothing else, it’s unreal,” he mentioned of being a father. “Every day he gets older, every day you get more motivated…it’s great to be a father and hopefully be an inspiration to him when he grows up.”