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Caeleb Dressel 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Born: August 16, 1996 (age 24 years), Green Cove Springs, Florida, United States
Height: 1.91 m
Weight: 88 kg
Club: Cali Condors; Gator Swim Club Kids
Education: University of Florida, Clay High School
Medals: Swimming at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Men’s 4 × 100 metre freestyle relay
Siblings: Sherridon Dressel, Tyler Dressel, Kaitlyn Dressel
High School Clay High School ’14
College Florida ’18
Parents Michael and Christina
Sibling(s) Has three siblings, Tyler, Kaitlyn and Sherriden
Hobbies Outside the Pool Boating, wake boarding and being outdoors
More Comes from a family of swimmers:
Father swam collegiately;
Older sister swam at Florida State;
Younger sister is committed to swim at Florida
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Dressel started a YouTube channel October 8, 2011 and began posting videos to his channel deconstructing some of his past swims in July 2020.
In the first video he analyzed his swim setting a new world record in the 100 meter butterfly.
He has also shared critique of his past races and swims with SwimSwam.
Leading up to the 2020 Summer Olympics, he ventured into analyses of swimming in pop culture.
Dressel provided his perspective to GQ on swimming scenes from various movies including scenes featuring survival swimming (such as in Cast Away and Kingsman: The Secret Service) and competitive swimming (as in Pride).
Dressel started a romantic relationship with Meghan Haila, who trained with him while in high school, in 2013 and in 2019 they got engaged.
In 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, planning the wedding was one way Dressel stayed busy during quarantine, as was section hiking (not to be confused with thru-hiking) a 60 mile portion of the Appalachian Trail.
They got married in February 2021.
Born August 16th, 1996, Caeleb grew up in Green Cove Springs, Florida.
During his youth, he played soccer, football, ran track, and swam. He started swimming around age 5.
He swam collegiately at the University of Florida for 4 years where he is the reigning school record holder in ## of events.
Following his career at Florida, Caeleb turned pro and signed with Speedo. Caeleb comes from a close-knit, beautiful family of 6.
His parents are Dr. Michael Dressel and Christina Dressel. He is the third of four siblings – Tyler, Kaitlyn, and baby Sherridon.
He is also happily engaged to former-swimmer, Meghan Haila.
Caeleb currently trains under Coach Gregg Troy and Matt DeLancey at UF and resides in Gainesville, Florida.
He has a black Labrador Retriever named Jane who also loves to swim.
His favorite hobby is being around good people and good company with great conversation.
He attended Clay High School in Green Cove Springs. Throughout club and high school swimming, he trained with the Bolles School Sharks, the swim team of the private college preparatory day and boarding school in Jacksonville, Florida.
On October 8, 2011, he started a YouTube channel.
At age 15, he was the youngest male swimmer at the 2012 United States Olympic Trials, which was held in Omaha, Nebraska, USA from June 25, 2021 to July 2, 2021. He finished 145th in the 50-meter freestyle and tied for 152nd in the 100-meter freestyle.
In 2013, he and his fellow swimmer Meghan Haila started dating. They got engaged in 2019, planned their wedding in 2020 amid the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and got married in February 2021.
He won a gold medal in the 100-meter freestyle and five other medals at the 4th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships, which was held from August 26–31, 2013 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
From 2014 to 2019, he attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida where he earned his bachelor’s degree in natural resources and conservation.
He won the individual titles in the 50-meter freestyle and the 100-meter freestyle at the senior 2015 U.S. Swimming National Championships in San Antonio, Texas, USA.
He also won the 2015 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) title in the 50-yard freestyle.
With a time of 18.20 and the 100-yard freestyle with 40.46, he broke the American and US Open records in the 50-yard freestyle at the 2016 Men’s NCAA Division I Championships, which was held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA from March 23-26, 2016.
At the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he won a gold medal in the men’s 4 x 100-meter freestyle relay on August 7, 2016 and another gold medal in the men’s 4 x 100-meter medley relay on August 13, 2016.
He broke the American and US Open records in the 100-yard butterfly and the 100-yard freestyle with times of 43.58 and 40.00, respectively, at the 2017 NCAA Division I Championships, which were held in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA from March 22-25, 2017.
He won seven gold medals at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships, which were held in Budapest, Hungary from July 14-30, 2017.
He won all three of his individual races and won his first relay national title at the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships, which was held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA from March 21-24, 2018.
He won gold in the 50-meter butterfly at the 2019 World Aquatics Championships, which was held in Gwangju, South Korea from July 12-28, 2019. His team also won gold in men’s 4 x 100-meter freestyle relay.
In August 2020, he joined the SPIRE Institute and Academy as a swimming ambassador.
On July 26, 2021, he and his teammates Blake Pieroni, Bowe Becker and Zach Apple won gold in the the 4 x 100-meter freestyle relay at the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.