Cody Miller: I just got back to training 2 weeks ago (Video)

Reported by Lauren Neidigh. 

2016 USA COLLEGE CHALLENGE

  • Saturday, Nov 12 – Sunday, Nov 13, 2016
  • Indiana University Natatorium, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN
  • Short course yards format
  • Start times: Saturday: 4:30 PM Eastern, Sunday: 11:30 AM Eastern
  • Rosters
  • Meet site
  • Live stream
  • Live results

USA Swimming’s inaugural College Challenge kicks continues this afternoon, as a mixed squad of veterans and youngsters representing the USA National Team will face a collection of top notch swimmers from the Big Ten Conference. You can watch the action live at the link above, but we’ll providing live updates throughout the afternoon, as well.

Following day 1, the USA National Team leads the Big Ten with a score of 185 to 111.

MEN’S 100 BREAST:

Team USA’s Michael Andrew and Cody Miller, the Olympic bronze medalist in this race, swam to a photo finish in the men’s 100 breast. Andrew blasted a 51.90 to win the race, finishing just .15 shy of his lifetime best. Miller’s 52.02 was good for 2nd, while Nic Fink completed the USA sweep with a 52.16 for 3rd.

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Sven

Not that there is any shame at all in a 52.0 in season, but NSS had a pretty funny take on this (though they did get MA’s age wrong by a year). https://twitter.com/NotSwimSwam/status/797948485089816577

Harambe

Lord Farquad needs to step his game up

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