Watch Dressel Break Down Performances in 48.9 Seconds (Video)

Reported by Torrey Hart.


Though he was missing from the A-final for the first time in Pro Swim Series history, Nathan Adrian joined Caeleb Dressel as the only men under :49 today. Out of the B-final, Adrian went 48.99, while Dressel won the A-final in 48.96. Michael Chadwick was second in the A-final in 49.28, and Zach Apple was third in 49.45.

Markus Thormeyer was fourth in 49.74. He was followed by Dean Farris in 49.93 and Long Gutierrez in 49.97.

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Great to see Lochte hammering and keeping Kalisz honest

Becky D

Or is it the other way around?

Becky D

Oh, dear — nevermind. This post is about Caeleb, and I misread the comment: that Ryan is keeping Caeleb honest in training. I can understand the downvotes, but how did this become a Kalisz/Lochte topic?

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