Great Britain's Adam Peaty set a new World Championship record as he successfully defended his men's 100m breaststroke title in Budapest. The 22-year-old Olympic champion, who also set a World Championship record in qualifying, clocked 57.47 seconds. Peaty, who won gold in Rio last summer in a world record 57.13, told BBC Sport: "You aim for world records, but they are world records for a reason." Kevin Cordes (58.79) took silver with Kirill Prigoda (59.05) third. Peaty's fellow Briton Ross Murdoch was eighth.
Nintendo unveiled the Nintendo World Championships 2017 today, marking the competitive tournament's official return to the land of the living. Nintendo World Championships 2017 is the third installment of the multi-game tournament; the first kicked off in 1990 and the second went down in 2015. The tournament in 2015 was a fun callback to the 1990 championships, but now that Nintendo is hosting another just two years later, this could mean that the Nintendo World Championships are here to stay. The 2017 tournament kicks off in August with Mario Kart qualifiers and two competition pools for people 12 and younger and people 13 and older. You can find your closest qualifying city on the Nintendo World Championships website.
England's world number one Laura Massaro will face Nour El Sherbini in Saturday's final of the Women's World Squash Championship in Malaysia. Massaro was taken to a final-game tie-break before beating Egypt's third seed Raneem El Welily 11-2 7-11 11-9 6-11 12-10 in a dramatic semi-final. Massaro, 32, will look to emulate her 2013 success when she beat Egypt's El Sherbini to become world champion. El Sherbini beat compatriot Nouran Gohar 11-5 11-5 11-5 in the last four. The 20-year-old, who knocked out Malaysia's eight-time champion Nicol David in the quarter-finals, is attempting to become the first Egyptian woman to win the world title.