Cody Miller Achieves Personal Best in Men’s 200 Breast at 2019 TYR Pro Swim Series in Bloomington

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Cody Miller edged out Nic Fink by half a second this morning at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Bloomington to claim tonight’s center lane, but tonight, there was no competition. Surging to a 2:08.98 finish, Cody Miller achieved a personal best and decisive win. Will Licon slashed his time from this morning, going 2:10.97 to take second, while Daniel Roy headed the third wave, crashing the pads with a 2:12.00.

Fink dropped to fourth despite shaving time from this morning, clocking in at a 2:12.28 to take down Anton McKee (2:12.44). Andrew Wilson (2:13.08) built to a clean finish to post a time of 2:13.08, gaining the advantage over Carlos Claverie (2:14.21) and AJ Bornstein (2:17.43).

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Event 29  Men 200 LC Meter Breaststroke
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        World: W 2:06.67  1/27/2017 Ippei Watanabe, JPN
     American: A 2:07.17  6/30/2016 Josh Prenot, Cal Aquatics
    U.S. Open: O 2:07.17  6/30/2016 Josh Prenot, Cal Aquatics
     Jr World:   2:09.39  7/27/2017 Qin Haiyang, CHN
     Pro Swim: P 2:08.95  2018      Andrew Wilson
    Trial Cut: T 2:17.89
    Name            Age Team              Prelims     Finals  FINA       
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                        === A - Final ===                         
 
  1 Cody Miller      27 Sandpipers Of Ne  2:12.20    2:08.98T  947  
    r:+0.68  28.93      1:01.39 (32.46)
        1:34.44 (33.05)     2:08.98 (34.54)
  2 Will Licon       24 Longhorn Aquatic  2:16.32    2:10.97T  904  
    r:+0.71  29.85      1:03.39 (33.54)
        1:37.02 (33.63)     2:10.97 (33.95)
  3 Daniel Roy       19 Unattached        2:14.04    2:12.00T  883  
    r:+0.60  30.17      1:03.02 (32.85)
        1:36.36 (33.34)     2:12.00 (35.64)
  4 Nic Fink         25 Athens Bulldog S  2:12.74    2:12.28T  878  
    r:+0.72  30.19      1:03.57 (33.38)
        1:37.96 (34.39)     2:12.28 (34.32)
  5 Anton McKee      25 Iceland           2:16.11    2:12.44   874  
    r:+0.54  28.91      1:02.09 (33.18)
        1:36.06 (33.97)     2:12.44 (36.38)
  6 Andrew Wilson    25 Athens Bulldog S  2:16.31    2:13.08T  862  
    r:+0.62  30.19      1:03.79 (33.60)
        1:38.82 (35.03)     2:13.08 (34.26)
  7 Carlos Claverie  22 Pinnacle Racing   2:15.69    2:14.21   840  
    r:+0.71  30.65      1:04.66 (34.01)
        1:39.10 (34.44)     2:14.21 (35.11)
  8 AJ Bornstein     19 Univ. Of Michiga  2:17.29    2:17.43T  783  
    r:+0.61  31.36      1:05.97 (34.61)
        1:41.84 (35.87)     2:17.43 (35.59)

4 comments

  1. avatar

    That’s a great unshaved time!
    How many dolphins did he take at the start and is he still being allowed to flutter on his glide? (He took three dolphins in the start of the 2016 Olympic relay; Peaty took one). Time to work on this is now. That relay should have been DQed.

  2. Kaili Baas

    Way to go Cody!

  3. Kaili Baas

    Way to go Cody!