Specialist in freestyle and butterfly, Caeleb Dressel is the world record holder in the 100m butterfly as well as the 50m freestyle in short course, 100m mixed in short course, 100m butterfly in short course and US records in 50m butterfly and 100m freestyle in long course.
At the Gwangju 2019 world championships, during the semifinal of the 100 meters butterfly he set the new world record for the specialty, with a time of 49 "50, improving by 32 cents the record that belonged to compatriot Michael Phelps.
In the Korean world championships, Dressel conquers 6 gold and 2 silver medals. At the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Dressel wins gold in the 50 meters and 100 meters freestyle (setting the Olympic record on both occasions), the 100 meters butterfly (setting the new world record), as well as in the 4x100m relay.
freestyle and 4x100 mixed meters, winning five gold medals. Now, according to his Instagram, the American star has changed his coach. Indeed Dressel is moving from Gregg Troy to Anthony Nesty, who succeeded Troy as UF men’s head coach in 2018, and Steve Jungbluth, the UF men’s associate head coach.
Just on Instagram, Caeleb wrote: "I am beyond grateful for this opportunity to be in this training environment with this very special, talented, and driven team. I appreciate every coach who has been a part of my life and I feel whole knowing I will still have Coach Troy as a mentor, friend, and most importantly a role model forever in my life.
This man has taught me more than he will ever know in and out of the water. Let’s get to work."
Malawi asks Mike Tyson to become cannabis ambassador!
The news is truly incredible. According to BBC Malawi would have asked Mike Tyson to become the country's official cannabis ambassador. Lobin Low, Minister of Agriculture, allegedly sent an invitation letter to Iron Mike, stating that legalization in Malawi for medical use has created new opportunities.
Malawi legalized the cultivation and processing of cannabis for medical use last year, and the country's Ministry of Agriculture encouraged farmers to grow it.
Tyson recently invested in a cannabis farm in the U.S., The Department of Agriculture said the U.S.
Cannabis Association is facilitating the deal with Tyson, and the head of its Malawi branch, Wezi Ngalamila, has told the BBC that the former champion accepted the invitation. Malawian Group of Civil Society Center for Public Accountability said in a statement: "We fail to understand why Malawi would want to have a convicted rapist as a brand ambassador, especially at this time when efforts to curb violence against women do.
part of the government's agenda. " In fact, in 1992, Iron Mike was convicted of rape of Desiree Washington and sentenced to 6 years in prison, but was released in 1995. During his career, Tyson won his first 19 fights by knockout, 12 of them on the first round.
In 1986, at the age of 20, 4 months and 22 days, he took the WBC crown against Trevor Berbick, becoming the youngest heavyweight champion of the world, a record that still remains unbeaten. A year later he also won the WBA and IBF titles, becoming the undisputed champion and the first heavyweight to unify the world championships.
In 1988 he became linear champion when he KO'd Michael Spinks in 91 seconds. He defended his belts on nine occasions, before being knocked out by Buster Douglas in what was termed one of the greatest surprises in the history of the sport.
Released from prison in 1995, he returned to the ring and in 1996 won the WBA and WBC titles by defeating Frank Bruno and Bruce Seldon by KO respectively. This made him one of the heavyweights capable of regaining a division belt after losing it.
After being deprived of the WBC World Cup, he lost the WBA crown in a match against Evander Holyfield in November of the same year and in their rematch he was disqualified for biting his opponent's ear by pulling off a piece of cartilage.
In 2002, aged 35, he faced Lennox Lewis for the world title, being defeated by knockout. In 2005 at the age of 38, after further failures against Danny Williams and Kevin McBride, he announced his retirement.