Dressel Post NCAA’s: “This is some of the best training that I’ve done” (Video)

Reported by Torrey Hart.

MEN’S 200 IM

  1. Caeleb Dressel – 2:01.98
  2. Mark Szaranek – 2:03.12
  3. Santi Corredor – 2:05.49

Caeleb Dressel, the American record holder in the short course version of the race, went 2:01.98 in finals after going 2:07.68 in prelims. He split 25.68/32.30/36.20/27.80 for the win. His University of Florida teammate Mark Szaranek took second in 2:03.12 (26.44/32.54/35.75/28.39). 18-year-old Santi Corredor, also a Florida Gator, took third in 2:05.49.

18-year-old Andrew Winton was just behind him in 2:05.60, and 22-year-old James Guest followed in 2:05.71. Also under 2:06 was Eltan Yudashkin in 2:05.93.

MEN’S 100 FREE

  1. Caeleb Dressel – 49.65
  2. Peter Holoda/Maxime Rooney – 49.94
  3. Shane Ryan – 50.19

After taking 7th in prelims, Caeleb Dressel topped the podium in finals, splitting 24.33/25.32 to win in 49.65. Peter Holoda and Maxime Rooney tied for second place in 49.94, with Holoda splitting 23.85/26.09 and Rooney 24.04/25.90. Shane Ryan was third in 50.19 (23.87/26.31).

After taking 2nd in prelims in 50.65, Michael Andrew fell to fourth in finals, going 51.03.

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SharkSpeed
4 years ago

He´s face looks relly tired, doesn´t it?

Pvdh
4 years ago

Alright, which one of your favorite international swimmers chances did Caeleb wreck?

Right Dude Here
4 years ago

You think Florida’s an IM school?

Years of Plain Suck
4 years ago

I like his “interview poise.” (He has Chase Kalisz “interview poise.”) Looks you in the eye and answers the questions. Best of all: no shoulder shrugs. The man is confident.

completelyconquered
Reply to  Years of Plain Suck
4 years ago

He’s always done that.

Swimgeek
4 years ago

Looks like some new ink on left shoulder

Ol' Longhorn
4 years ago

That’s frightening.

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