Caeleb Dressel Below the Surface – Taper Time in Gainesville

Earlier this month we sent swimming photographer Mike Lewis to Gainsville to spend some time with University of Flordia senior Caeleb Dressel below the surface.

Undoubtedly, Dressel will be one of the highlights at the Men’s NCCA DI Championships this week and we’re getting psyched up (and we’re still riding the wave set by the women’s championship).  Here’s a look at the underwater photography session with some new images from the Lewis and Dressel session.

 

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SwimSam
3 years ago

The breaststroke picture at the end is such a tease, acknowledging we could see something amazing but won’t 🙁

Hswimmer
Reply to  SwimSam
3 years ago

He may swim it in the Medley

Yabo
Reply to  SwimSam
3 years ago

Were gonna see something amazing regardless

Ol' Longhorn
3 years ago

His body line in freestyle is perfect.

Aquajosh
3 years ago

Practice and pancakes with UF?

flswim
3 years ago

of course dressel has his strings hanging out… how typical

fluidg
Reply to  flswim
3 years ago

He even races that way.

Alex
3 years ago

He’s going to sweep all his events at ncaas

Bay City Tex
Reply to  Alex
3 years ago

Individual events, right.

Alex
Reply to  Bay City Tex
3 years ago

He’s going to do it in American record style

BBQ Billy
3 years ago

MIKE LEWIS= GREAT PHOTOGRAPHER. Powerful, artistic images. Thanks.

Sqimgod
3 years ago

We need more underwater pics and videos of dressel so I can study his technique lol. Best sprinter in the world surprised there’s almost no underwater footage of him out there.

B1G Swimmer
3 years ago

Dear Caeleb Dressel,

Please PLEASE tuck in your suit strings at NCAA’s!! Don’t want to see you have to have another 40.00 situation this year.

Sincerely,

A concerned and anxious fan

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