It seems that Caeleb Dressel has no limit when it comes to his sports career. After shining in the FINA World Championships last year winning seven gold medals, he keeps surprising everyone with spectacular and historic times.

At the National Collegiate Swimming Championships in the United States, the 21-year-old swimmer for the University of Florida pulverized three American records.

He became the first man to finish under-43 seconds in the 100 yard butterfly (42.80) and the first to swim the 50 and 100 yard freestyles under 18 seconds and 40 seconds, respectively – finishing with incredible times of17.63 and 39.9 seconds.

The feats of this great athlete have experts calling him the natural replacement of American legend and most decorated Olympian of all time, Michael Phelps.

Dressel is a true rising star for Team USA who is sure to make a splash at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.