How to watch Caeleb Dressel in tonight's Olympics 100-meter butterfly
He's got two Olympic gold medals in this year's games in Tokyo. Now, Caeleb Dressel takes a shot at his third, in a race in which he's already made waves.
Dressel, the former Florida Gator from Green Cove Springs, set the Olympic record for the 100-meter butterfly twice already — once in the preliminary heats (50.39 seconds), and once in the semifinals (49.71).
The gold medal is far from a formality for Dressel though, with his toughest competition coming from Hungary's Kristof Milak, who qualified in second for the finals and was the 2019 world champ in the 200 butterfly.
Dressel has already won two golds in the Tokyo Olympics so far: the 100-meter freestyle, and as part of the United States' winning 4-by-100-meter freestyle relay team.
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How to watch Olympic men's 100-meter butterfly
When: 9:30 p.m. ET Friday, July 30