Caeleb Dressel

Net Worth: $5'000'000

Caeleb Dressel

$5'000'000

Caeleb Dressel is an American swimming talent whose specialties include the butterfly and the freestyle sprint. He has a net worth of five million. He has won multiple medals at the World Aquatics Championships, including a record eight at the 2019 Championships in Kwangju, South Korea. Dressel has also won numerous Olympic medals and holds such world records as the 50-meter freestyle and 100-meter butterfly. Table of Contentedly Life and Collegiate Career 2016 Summer Olympics 2017 Championships 2018 and 2019 Championships Cali Condors 2020 Summer Olympics Personal Life Early Life and Collegiate Career Caeleb Dressel was born in 1996 in Green Cove Springs, Florida, to parents Christina and Michael. He has three siblings, Kaitlyn Sherridon and Tyler, all competitive swimmers. As a teenager, Dressel went to Clay High School but swam with the Belles School Sharks in Jacksonville. Dressel was the youngest swimmer to compete At the Olympic Trials in the United States in 2012. In the 50-meter freestyle, he placed 145th and tied for 152nd in the 100-meter freestyle. However, the greatest success for Dressel came the next year when he competed at the FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Dubai. He won six medals at the games, including gold in the 100-meter freestyle. Shortly after this, he became the youngest ever swimmer to break the 19-second barrier in the 50-yard freestyle at the Speedo Winter Junior National Championships. He went on to attend the University of Florida, where he collegiate swam. In his freshman year, he won the 2015 NCAA championship In the 50-yard freestyle. He won titles in The 50-meter and 100-meter freestyles at The senior National Championships The same year. Following that, he had a stellar showing at the 2016 NCAA Division I men’s Championships, where he broke both the American and US Open records in the 50-yard and 100-yard freestyles. In 2016 Dressel continued his success with his first Olympic appearance at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics. What caused him to swim in the lead-off leg in the final 4? 100-meter freestyle relay as part of a team including Michael Phelps, Nathan Adrian, and Ryan Held. The team was in first place with a time of 309. 92 Dressel won his first Olympic gold medal. He won another gold shortly after in the 4? 100-meter medley relay. In the 100-meter freestyle, Dressel finished in sixth place. 2017 Championships At the NCAA Division 1 Championships in 2017, Dressel once again broke both the American and US Open records in the 100-yard freestyle; additionally, he broke the record in the 100-yard butterfly. More triumphs came at the World water sports Championships in Budapest, where Dressel won seven gold medals and set a number of American records. His records were posted in the 50-meter butterfly, the 4? 100-meter mixed medley relay, the 100-meter freestyle, the 50-meter freestyle, and the 4? 100-meter mixed freestyle relay, among other events. Dressel became only the second swimmer in history to win seven gold medals at a World Championship in a single season, After Michael Phelps. Dressel took down more records in 2018 at the NCAA Division I men’s Swimming and Diving Championships than any other swimmer. He broke the 50-yard freestyle record and the 100-yard butterfly record twice. As a result, for the third year in a row, Dressel won CSCA Swimmer of the Meet honors. At the 2019 World Aquatics Championships in Kwangju, Dressel won a record eight medals, six of them gold. Among the events he won were the 50-meter butterfly, the 100-meter freestyle, the 50-meter freestyle, the 4? 100-meter medley relay, and the 100-meter butterfly. He broke the 10-year-old record set by Michael Phelps. Cali Condors Dressel represented the team in the inaugural 2019 International Swimming League as part of the Al Bello Getty Images. In the Las Vegas competition, he won all three of his matches and was also named MVP for each of them. Dressel broke four world records with the Condors In 2020 In the 100 m butterfly and 50 m freestyle. He is also the first person to swim the 100-meter butterfly in less than 48 seconds. 2020 Summer Olympics At the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, held in 2021 due to COVID, Dressel had one of the most historic meets of his career. On the third day of the competition, he won a gold medal as part of the men’s 4? A 100-meter freestyle relay team involving Bone Becker, Blake Pierogi, and Zach Apple. He won his first individual Olympic gold medal in the 100-meter freestyle on Sunday, setting a new Olympic record with a time of 47. 02. Dressel won the 100-meter butterfly On the eighth day with a world record time of 49. 45. He eventually won the 50-meter freestyle with an Olympic-record time of 21 minutes. 07. Finally, Dressel and his teammates Ryan Murphy, Michael Andrew, and Zach Apple won the 4? 100-meter medley relay, setting a new world record of 3:26. 78. Dressel became the fifth American in history to win that many Olympic gold medals at a single Games With his five gold medals in Tokyo. In 2013 Dressel began dating Meghan Amelia Hailey, who also worked with him at high school. In 2019 The couple formally engaged and married in early 2021. Dressel is an Evangelical Christian who has grown into his faith while at college. His upper-arm tattoo of a large eagle is inspired by verse Isaiah 4031 in the Bible.

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Published: 19/08/2022
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Aug 16, 1996
Male
10913
Swimmer, Swimmer
United States of America

Present Rank:

10913

Historical Rank:

13315

Date of Birth:

Aug 16, 1996

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Age:

26

Profession:

Swimmer, Swimmer

Nationality:

United States of America

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Male

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