Caeleb Dressel, one of the world’s most predominant male swimmers, got off to a solid beginning in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics by driving the U.S. to gold in the men’s 4×100-meter free-form transfer. The U.S. gotten done with a period of 3:08:97, only in front of the silver medalist Italy and bronze medalist Australia.
Driven by Dressel, the U.S. group acquired gold behind solid endeavors from Blake Pieroni, Bowen Becker and Zach Apple – who had the best parted of any of the Americans with a 46.06 anchor.
Subsequent to getting done with two gold decorations in the 2016 Rio Olympics, Dressel is headed toward a comparable direction this time around.
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Dressel will have significantly more shots at gold throughout the current year’s Games.
The following are the following occasions Dressel is set to contend in. Track with CBS Sports for our live updates of the group’s and Dressel’s endeavor endeavors at gold: