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

Reported by Torrey Hart.


  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

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


That’s a joke right


its long course lol

Bon Jovi

bro y’all can’t take a joke wtf


many trolls here without joking spirits

science geek



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


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


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


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

Michael Petrides

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.

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

bro ur trolling right??? mizuno is baseball


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


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


And Mallory Comerford


Simone Manuel..

Double Arm Backstroke

Jason Lezak

Bon Jovi

dean farris


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

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