Caeleb Dressel the first win 100-meter freestyle

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Caeleb Dressel the first win 100-meter freestyle

American swimmer Caleb Dressel won his first Olympic gold in an individual occasion on Thursday, establishing an Olympic standard of 47.02 seconds in the 100-meter free-form and beating Australia’s Kyle Chalmers by six milliseconds.

 

الإئتمان…دوج ميلز / اوقات نيويورك

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Men’s 100 meters free-form

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At the point when the host dispatched “another Olympic record,” Dressel turned and took a gander at that point, radiating, as he moved onto the walkway rope. He brought his arms up in joy and hung there briefly, grinning, a long delay on top that made you keep thinking about whether somebody would disclose to him the time had come to escape the pool.

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“I thought I completed my dashing arrangement impeccably,” he said. “I was unable to transform anything. That is the manner by which I felt at that time.”

Dressel and Chalmers are matches, and swam two paths separated.

“I could see it in my peripherals, I realized it was there,” Dressel said. “I was unable to see it, yet you can see the disturbance in the water. I knew – who might it be other than Cale?”

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Dressel burst out of the squares—declining six milliseconds quicker than Chalmers—and was ahead from the beginning. Kliment Kolesnikov required bronze, 0.42 seconds more slow than Dressel.

100 Free is the exemplary occasion, where every swimmer swims as a youngster prior to parting into various disciplines. This form of the men’s sans 100 race accompanied a contention that has been working since the 2016 Rio Games, when Chalmers, then, at that point 18, won the gold, while Dressel completed 6th, having praised his twentieth birthday celebration.

Be that as it may, Dressel has won a couple of big showdowns in the occasion from that point forward, and the Tokyo Olympics felt like a genuine hit to more extensive popularity.

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Presently 24, Dressel has driven the United States to gold in the 4×100 free-form multi stage sprint this week in Tokyo, over Italy and Australia. His gold award in the Magic 100 occasion could be a crowning liturgy for Dressel, who has two different occasions he still can’t seem to swim, the 50-meter free-form and the 100-meter butterfly.

Dressel said he was expecting a quicker time, yet understood the Olympics aren’t just about 60 minutes.

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“The objective here for everybody is to get your hands on the divider first,” he said. “So I had no bad things to say.”

Swimming: men’s 100m free-form last

50 m

100 m

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gold

Caleb Dressel

US of America

22.39 24.63 47.02

silver

Kyle Chalmers

Australia

22.71 24.37 47.08

+0.06

Bronze

Kliment Kolesnikov

Russian Olympic Committee

22.49 24.95 47.44

+0.42

4

Maxime Gross

France

22.88 24.84 47.72

+0.70

5

Hwang Sunwoo

South Korea

23.12 24.70 47.82

+0.80

6

Alessandro Merisi

Italy

22.97 24.89 47.86

+0.84

7

David Popovici

Romania

23.42 24.62 48.04

+1.02

8

Nandor Nemeth

Hungary

23.54 24.56 48.10

+1.08

John Branch is a games columnist. Gotten a 2013 Pulitzer Prize for his element composing on “Snowfall,” an anecdote about a lethal torrential slide in Washington state, he is the writer of three books, including “Sidecountry,” an assortment of New York Times stories, in 2021. @JohnBranchNYT

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