Florida Gators sprint coach Steve Jungbluth will return for the 2019 Elite Sprint Camp held June 23-27 at Kenyon College.
Steve Jungbluth knows what it takes to coach the fastest sprinters on earth. As the Sprint Coach at the University of Florida, Jungbluth coached phenom Caeleb Dressel to a historic collegiate career. At the 2018 NCAA DI Championships, Dressel earned his 7th, 8th and 9th National Championship titles in the 50 Free, 100 Free and the 100 Butterfly. His time of 39.90 in the 100 Free made Dressel the first man in history to break the 40 second barrier, topping his own record of 40.00 the year before and setting NCAA, American and U.S. Open records. During his tenure with the Gators, Jungbluth has worked with 8 of the fastest 10 male swimmers in the history of UF swimming, including 20-time All American Brad deBorde, Corey Main (19.36), Enzo Martinez-Scarpe (19.48) and Will Davis (19.53) to name a few. Additionally, he has worked with the fastest three women in UF history: 20-time All American Natalie Hinds (21.66), Sara Bateman (21.89) and Ellese Zalewski (22.04). For the 2018-19 season, Jungbluth was promoted as the Men's Associate Head Coach.
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