A Picture of America’s Newest National High School Record Holder

A picture is worth a thousand words. Bolles Sharks coach Jason Calanog, the man directly responsible for most of the training of Clay High School senior Caeleb Dressel, tweeted the above picture of Dressel after breaking a pair of National High School Records on Saturday Night in the FSPA Invite.

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6 years ago

PLEASE tell me that’s the suit that he wore for his races

Reply to  Eagleswim
6 years ago

The lzr was nothing but a confidence boost, and seeing the gap that he broke the record by it couldn’t matter less. That fact that he could challenge every record other than the 500 free/200IM(although I hate putting a ceiling on him) is what matters, just be happy we have race video of history

6 years ago

Does Caeleb do USRP?

Jason C.
6 years ago

Caeleb is a unique talent in which he is slowly harnessing. He comes from a great family which taught him his humbleness and fearless attitude. He trains with a great group of kids in the Late night group with Bolles, but also trains with his Clay High Blue Devils. A special shout out to my mentor and friend, Sergio Lopez Miro, because he has always believed in me from Day 1. He has mentored me to become a coach that understands the word “Believe” but also let me learn to sharpen my skills on my own with the Late Night group and with the Bolles Sharks as a TEAM. I am truly blessed to have a great wife, family, coaches,… Read more »

bobo gigi
Reply to  Jason C.
6 years ago

Mr Calanog, congrats for your great job with Caeleb Dressel!

Odilon Batista
Reply to  Jason C.
6 years ago

Coach Jason,

Wise words. Congratulations on your work. Humbleness and hard work always pays off.

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