Watch Caeleb Dressel Come-From-Behind 49.6 100 Free (Race Video)

Reported by Torrey Hart.

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 fourth in 50.19 (23.87/26.31).

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

 

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Bon Jovi
2 years ago

wow it’s crazy how even the best can have off days and just gain 10 seconds

Robby
Reply to  Bon Jovi
2 years ago

That’s a joke right

jeez
Reply to  Bon Jovi
2 years ago

its long course lol

Bon Jovi
Reply to  jeez
2 years ago

bro y’all can’t take a joke wtf

ERVINFORTHEWIN
Reply to  Bon Jovi
2 years ago

many trolls here without joking spirits

science geek
Reply to  ERVINFORTHEWIN
2 years ago

tons

Wowo
2 years ago

I’m hoping Dressel isn’t signing with Speedo… he’s always been opting for mizuno for suits (which are the best available)

DresselWinsasuperbowl
Reply to  Wowo
2 years ago

It’s all a hype, back in 2012 when Florent Manaudou won the 50 w a high wrist TYR everyone wanted to swim in those… now it’s Dressel and Mizuno until the next big guy comes and swims faster w another suit

Swimming4silver
Reply to  Wowo
2 years ago

does mizuno sponsors swimmers? dont i remember any. i guess he could the first.

FITANDFI
Reply to  Wowo
2 years ago

In the IM race video, it looked like he was wearing a TYR suit. Seems like he’s trying them all out.

Michael Petrides
Reply to  Wowo
2 years ago

Mizuno does not sponsor any American swimmers. Most likely, Dressel will sign with a company, but he will still wear Mizuno. Anthony Ervin is sponsored by finis, however races in mizuno suits with the logo removed.

Admin
Reply to  Michael Petrides
2 years ago

Mizuno’s history in other sports has been to not spend big money on athlete sponsorship in the U.S. They sponsor a few baseball players, a few runners, but mostly they rely on the “Mizuno van” as it were showing up places and being very grass roots.

Bon Jovi
Reply to  Wowo
2 years ago

bro ur trolling right??? mizuno is baseball

Sqimgod
Reply to  Wowo
2 years ago

The reason Mizuno became popular was because of kosuke hagino in 2014 when he got swimmer of the year wearing Mizuno

Pvdh
2 years ago

His ability to rev up in the last 15 or so is matched only by Kyle Chalmers.

Swimmerj
Reply to  Pvdh
2 years ago

And Mallory Comerford

Hswimmer
Reply to  Swimmerj
2 years ago

Simone Manuel..

Double Arm Backstroke
Reply to  Hswimmer
2 years ago

Jason Lezak

Bon Jovi
Reply to  Pvdh
2 years ago

dean farris

Sqimgod
Reply to  Pvdh
2 years ago

Don’t forget Ryan loc… I mean Chad le clos

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