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Caeleb Dressel    

Olympic Swimmer

American sprint specialist, Caeleb Dressel was born in Green Cove Springs, Fla. on August 16, 1996 to parents, Michael and Christina Dressel. He also has three siblings, Kaitlyn, Tyler and Sherridon, all three of whom are all competitive swimmers. His talent was exposed at a young age, and before he was even a teenager Dressel was breaking records left and right; at the 2011 Junior National Championships in Palo Alto, Dressel broke the boys 13-14 National Age Group Record in the 50-meter freestyle. Throughout club and high school swimming Dressel trained with Coach Sergio Lopez’s Bolles School Sharks at a time in which the club was referred to as a “dream team”. He was one of the few members who didn’t attend Bolles, but instead was a student at Clay High School. Dressel is a former Junior World Champion, NCAA All-American and multi-time National Age Group Record Holder.

At the 2017 World Championships Dressel won seven gold medals to tie Michael Phelps for the most won at a World Championship meet.

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