Title: Past SPIRE Swim Ambassador
American sprint swimmer, two-time Olympic champion, and 13-time World Champion Caeleb Dressel has signed on to serve with SPIRE Institute and Academy as an International Swim Ambassador. Dressel will work with SPIRE’s interdisciplinary team to help develop innovative, leading-edge programming and a customizable method of reporting and testing to assess athlete performance. In addition to mentoring SPIRE’s student athletes virtually, Dressel will also visit the Geneva, OH complex to mentor the Academy’s student athletes one-on-one.
I am excited to join the work SPIRE is doing for athletes all over the world, and I’m especially honored to work with these other great Ambassadors in helping to mentor and provide programming direction for the swimming Academy. The opportunity to work with student athletes, as well as top-notch coaching staff, checks a major box for me and I’m ready to get started!
– Caeleb Dressel
A former Junior World Champion, NCAA All-American and multi-time National Age Group Record Holder, Dressel won seven gold medals at the 2017 World Championships, tying Michael Phelps for the most won at a world championship meet. At the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, Dressel surpassed his previous record, winning eight medals at a single swimming world championship. For the second time in his career, the 24-year-old University of Florida graduate won three gold medals in one night, shaving 0.32 seconds off Michael Phelps’s world record in the 100m butterfly.Back to Leadership