American swimmer Caeleb Dressel is chasing greatness at the Tokyo Olympics | USA TODAY 1

American swimmer Caeleb Dressel is chasing greatness at the Tokyo Olympics | USA TODAY

Caeleb Dressel is a two-time Olympic gold medalist and holds the world record in the 100-meter butterfly. He hopes to push his standard of greatness.

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Dressel has positioned himself for several trips to the podium in Tokyo. At U.S. Olympic trials, he qualified in his signature events – the 50 free, 100 free and 100 fly. He swam the fastest time in the world this year in the 50 free and 100 fly during that meet.

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    1. What about people like Kosuke Kitajima, Daiya Seto, Cody Miller, Kosuke Hagino and others? Height is is an overworked excuse

    2. Taller Height does seem to help, but not all world record holders or Olympic gold medalists are always tall. For example Kosuke Kitajima was 5’10” and Janet Evans was 5″5″ and they both dominated their event for years.

  3. We do not want this taking place in Japan this year it is not safe! Our people do not want to get un well

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