You’ve Never Seen Anything Like This Before: Caeleb Dressel 1:38 Video


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Watch below as Caeleb Dressel dominates the men’s 200 IM. For some perspective, Auburn’s Hugo Gonzalez, is now the 10th-fastest performer in history.

Dressel’s final time is 1:38.13, the new American, U.S. Open, ,NCAA, and fastest-everything-everywhere record. Read more about the record here. Gonzalez took down the Auburn school record and the SEC Meet Record for his runner-up performance. The top 4 swimmers all hit NCAA A Cuts.

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just vomited that was so disgusting

Swimswam need to put a content warning on these kind of posts. Its Disgusting that even kids could have such access to watching this kind of filth

Watching someone break a world record?

He so fast…he makes all the other guys look…not fast


The longest yard

Steve Nolan

The guy who came in 2nd swam the exact NCAA winning time from last year, lol.

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