My Mission

I will strive to be a better, wiser man than I was yesterday. Never will I be complacent and I will always challenge myself. I appreciate any obstacle, knowing it will make me stronger. I take pride in my craft and will continue to master it. I set my own standard and compare myself to no one. I know my habits define me and I will make good works of them. I am aware the only thing I control in my life are my thoughts and my choices, not my circumstances. I will live in the moment. I see the world as a beautiful place where happiness is only real when shared. Materials are nothing. I am neither above nor beneath any human. Above all, I will be loving of all people regardless of race, religion, political view, gender, sexuality, opinion, appearance, or situation.

My purpose on this earth is to leave a room brighter than I found it. I will inspire people to be happy and hopeful in the person they are capable of becoming. My ultimate goal in this is to not reach the world but just one person. I will show people, although we are different, greatness is within us all. 

Bio

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. 

 

2016 Olympics 

2 Gold Medals 

2017 World Championships 

7 Gold Medals 

2019 World Championships 

6 Gold Medals 

2 Silver Medals 

 

World Record Holder in 100 LCM Fly 

World Record Holder in 50 SCM Free 

American Record Holder in 50 and 100 LCM Free 

American Record Holder in 50 LCM Fly 

American Record Holder in 100 SCM Free 

American Record Holder in 50 SCM Fly 

American Record Holder in 50 and 100 SCY Free

American Record Holder in 100 SCY Fly 

American Record Holder in 200 SCY IM