The Covid-19 has postponed the summer Olympic 2020 many times due to pandemics. Athlete across the world the eager to represents their countries in the 2021 summer Olympics in Tokyo. However, some athletes are taking benefit of this pandemic. We are talking about the swimmer. Yes, you heard right swimmers across the world have taken this sparse opportunity for this event.
So, today we have brought the list of some of the top global male swimmers considering various factors. This includes World, Record, Versatility, Number of gold medal and number of competition, and few more factors. There are still a few more months for Tokyo Olympics. So the ranking we show to you might not be that exact. Besides this, later a few months there is European Championships and Olympic Trial between the US and Australia Olympic trail in June. Then we can assume some sort of correct ranking. So, for now, let’s look into this ranking:
Caleb Dressel, USA: Celeb Dressel is one of the best swimmers in the world. Earlier he used to hold a second position but after the retirement of Michael, Phelps she is taking his position. He has won more than seven gold medals in World Championships. Besides this, he has also set three world records in his name as well.
Adam Peaty, Great Britain: Adam peaty is another popular swimmer for whom we have put in the second position. He has been dominating men’s 100 breasts that had helped him to get in 2 spots. Besides this, since 2015 he was the only one to win the Swimming World competition. Besides this, till now he has won two Olympic Gold medals.
Kristof Milak: Kristof Milak does not have such a good presence as compared to other swimmers on the list. But, in the recent day, he has been doing great among other swimmers. It’s because in 2019 he has broken the world record of Phelps’ who used to be the top swimmer in the world in our list. Besides this, in the European championship, he ranks third after Milorad and Phelps.
Daiyo Seto, Japan: Daiyo, Seto is another top swimmer for whom we have ranked him in the fourth position. He has won the gold medal in the IM event and a silver medal in the 2019 world championship. Besides this, he has also won the bronze medal in the 2016 Olympics. In addition to this, he has also won the world titles in 400 IM in 2013 and 2015.
Evgeny Rylov, Russia: Evgeny Rylov is another swimmer on our fifth list from Russia. Evgeny Rylov has won the Olympic bronze medal in the 2016 Olympics. In 2017 and 2018he has won two straight world championships. In 2020, Russian Olympic trials he has stood as the Fifth-Fastest swimmer in the world. Besides this, he has also set a record in 100 back at 52.12 which is faster than any other currently active swimmer.