Who is the world’s fastest swimmer ever?

Is Michael Phelps the fastest swimmer ever?

In his first event, the 200-meter butterfly, Phelps won in a world record time of 1:53.80, his first world record in two years. In his second event, the 400-meter individual medley, Phelps easily won with a time of 4:10.47, 3.38 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Robert Margalis.

Is Dressel faster than Phelps?

Only Dressel has been faster (twice), and that time ranks ahead of the best that Michael Phelps (49.81) or Milorad Cavic (49.95) ever recorded. No other swimmer has ever cracked the 50-second barrier. Dressel beat the Olympic record set just minutes earlier.

What is Michael Phelps fastest time?

Source: Olympedia • Times start in 1968, the first year the 100 free was consistently part of the Olympics. MEN: This is the first of four individual Olympic records Phelps still holds to this day, with his mark of 1:42.96 from Beijing setting the mark for the fastest time to go in this event.

What’s faster a shark or dolphin?

With their size and power, sharks ultimately have an edge over dolphins. … Dolphins also have the advantage of speed as they can swim faster than most shark species.

IT IS IMPORTANT:  Can I scuba dive with Apple Watch 5?