Caeleb Dressel has entered seven events for the upcoming US Olympic Team Trials in Omaha, NE beginning Sunday.
In a webinar posted on the USA Swimming website, National Junior Team Director Mitch Dalton outlined the changes in National Junior Team selection procedures and explained the rationale behind the shift.
After lackluster performances at British Olympic Trials and the European Championships, Scottish swimmer Dan Wallace is making a move to Millfield.
After more than a quarter-of-a-century coaching with Gregg Troy, Martyn Wilby is stepping away from college coaching.
Less than a month after the pool record board was decimated during the NCAA championships, the best swimmers in the country will return to Atlanta’s McAuley Aquatic Center on Georgia Tech’s campus to participate in the Atlanta Classic.
Troy believes Phelps may understand better than anyone else that it doesn’t matter how fast he is on a given day at an in-season training meet, it only matters that he’s fast on the right day.
Troy believes that focusing solely on swimming can start to get to you as an athlete, and describes the range of interests that Caeleb has when he isn’t at practice.
Troy discussed the progress of U.S. Olympian Elizabeth Beisel, who dealt with a groin injury last season. Since then, Troy has seen Beisel get back to better form. He talks about Beisel’s training, and believes her fitness level is probably at the best he’s ever seen from her.
When asked about the qualities that make Caeleb so successful, Troy compared Dressel to one of the best athletes to ever come out of the Florida swimming program: Olympic champion Ryan Lochte.
“I don’t think it’s any top secret he’s gonna swim the 50 and the 100 freestyles,” said Troy. “He’s qualified in the 100 fly, 200 free, and 100 breast. We’ll play around a bit with those.”
The American Swimming Coaches’ Association (ASCA), the most powerful educational and organizational body of swim coaches in the United States,…
Ryan Lochte’s work ethic in the pool is second to none. For #TBT we are going show a set from 2012 he describes as one of the hardest he has ever done.
With the NCAA season wrapped up, the SEC has announced its end-of-the-year award winners. For swim coaches, Gregg Troy has…
Florida was third in team scores, riding a big-time weekend from Caeleb Dressel
After Caeleb Dressel’s 18.23 50 yard free U.S. Open and American Record at the 2016 SEC Championships you have to ask yourself, can he dip under 18 seconds?