Olympic Swimmer Caeleb Dressel Breaks Down Swimming Scenes from Movies | GQ Sports

Multiple gold-medal-winning Olympic swimmer Caeleb Dressel breaks down swimming scenes from movies, including ‘Sex Education,’ ‘Swimming for Gold,’ ‘Castaway,’ ‘Pride,’ ‘Swimming Upstream,’ ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ and ‘Just Go With It.’

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  7. That's the difference between a pool swimmer and an open water swimmer. You forget about things like currents.
    IIRC at that point in the movie he'd been on the water for a few days at least so he was most likely dehydrated and probably pretty hungry and weak too

  8. Your technique sucks, and you have no style. You're not even swimming in a real race. And no real coach uses a whistle. The water isn't even that choppy. At a high level, no one even breathes. So slow. Maybe everyone slipped and that's why it was bad. "A" for effort.

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  11. Flashback to my swim lessons as a kid, sitting on the side of the pool and splashing water with our kicking and our teacher praising the ones that made the most splashes… and then this with Caeleb saying that the less splashes the better… wondering if my teachers knew what they were doing or just following a program? Oh and the mandatory breathing every three strokes that I was never able to do (could only breathe every 2 or 4)! Anyone else? 😂

  12. I love how in movies they can always see underwater, like every single movie with an underwater scene like they some fish or something

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