2019 BLOOMINGTON PRO SWIM SERIES
- Thursday, May 16 – Sunday, May 19, 2019
- Counsilman Billingsley Aquatic Center, Bloomington, Indiana
- Long course meters (LCM) format
- Eastern Time zone
- Prelims 9 AM / Finals 6 PM (Thursday timed finals 4 PM)
- Meet site
- Live Stream:
- Psych sheets
- Live results
After a battling a knee injury last Summer and Fall, Cody Miller is back to posting career top times. At the Bloomington stop of the Pro Swim Series tonight, Miller tore to a 59.24 100 breast, winning the event over Michael Andrew (59.52). Miller’s time was a new in-season best. His previous in-season best was 59.51 from a 2015 Pro Series meet in Santa Clara. Miller’s lifetime best is 58.87, which he swam for Bronze at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Here is a comparison between Miller’s in-season best time from tonight versus his lifetime best from Rio:
|Rio Olympics 2016||
PSS – Bloomington 2019
The only real difference between tonight’s swim and his Olympic final swim is that he was out just a bit faster in Rio than he was tonight. His time currently sits at 6th in the world this year, while World Record-holder Adam Peaty is the Current #1 with a 57.87.
In the wake of his knee injury last Summer, Miller did not qualify to the World Champs team for this year. However, his time from tonight would have won U.S. Nationals last Summer. Since he won’t be competing at World Champs this Summer, his peak meet will be the Pan American Games, where he is scheduled to swim the 100 breast.