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American swimming star Caeleb Dressel has already won three gold medals in Tokyo. On the last full day of indoor swimming at this year's Olympic Games, he will get a shot at one more.
The big picture: Dressel broke the world record in the men's 100-meter butterfly in Tokyo on Saturday. He won the men's 100m butterfly and 4x100m freestyle relay earlier in the week.
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He will swim in the men's 50m freestyle on Sunday in Tokyo.
When to watch...
Final - July 31 at 9:30 p.m. ET
Previous Olympic medals...
2016 Rio Games:
🥇 - 4x100m freestyle relay
🥇 - 4x100m medley relay
Individual world Records:
50m freestyle, short course (20.16)
100m butterfly, long course (49.45) and short course (47.78)
100m individual medley, short course (49.28)
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