Cody Miller on Racing Dressel: “I was trying to get in his head… didn’t work”

2019 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE – AMERICAN DERBY

  • Saturday, November 16 – Sunday, November 17, 2019
  • 2:00-4:00 PM Local Time (U.S. Eastern Time)
  • Eppley Recreation Center – College Park, MD
  • Short Course Meters (SCM) format
  • American franchises: Cali Condors, LA Current, DC Trident, New York Breakers
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Reported by Nick Pecoraro/Jared Anderson.

MEN’S 50 FLY

1. Caeleb Dressel – CAC – 22.21
2. Tom Shields – LAC – 22.72
3. Michael Andrew – NYB – 22.74
4. Jack Conger – LAC – 23.11
5. Giles Smith – DCT – 23.32
6. Jan Switkowski – CAC – 23.61
7. Ryan Coetzee – NYB – 23.62
8. Cody Miller – DCT – 24.09

Caeleb Dressel, who swapped in this event instead of the 200 IM, paid off as he won the 50 fly in American record-breaking fashion. Taking second place was LA’s Tom Shields, who held off Breaker Michael Andrew for the 7-point position.

Dressel goes 22.21 for the second-best time in the ISL this season. Iron’s Szabo was 22.20 in Budapest. It’s another key win for Dressel, and justifies Cali’s decision to leave him out of the 200 IM one event earlier. LA goes 2-4 for a solid finish. Tom Shields has been very reliable this year. DC had to enter breaststroker Cody Miller, and he was 8th, just barely missing the benchmark time.

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Dbswims
1 year ago

I like cody and I havent watched the video yet, but I highly doubt the american record holder in the 50 fly will get intimidated doing a 50 fly against a solely breastroker.

PVSFree
Reply to  Dbswims
1 year ago

He was obviously kidding

Dbswims
Reply to  PVSFree
1 year ago

Yea I figured. I just watched it.

Coach Mike 1952
Reply to  Dbswims
1 year ago

Love the headline, made me LOL big time.

meeeee
Reply to  Dbswims
1 year ago

i only downvoted you because you said you like Cody

Heyitsme
1 year ago

Don’t think Cody will make 2020

ERVINFORTHEWIN
Reply to  Heyitsme
1 year ago

thats pretty more obvious today …too many good breaststrokers around in Usa

Ytho
Reply to  ERVINFORTHEWIN
1 year ago

Yeah almost 2

flurpy
Reply to  Heyitsme
1 year ago

I don’t think he can beat Wilson. Americans are hurting in that event. Hope we can at least get two under 58.5 at trials.

Hmmmm
1 year ago

I guess Cody thought his dolphin kicking ability would carry into strokes other than breast

Outdated
Reply to  Hmmmm
1 year ago

Get a new joke, he changed his entire pullout to avoid this issue and comments like yours.

iLikePsych
Reply to  Outdated
1 year ago

It took him 5+ years to make that correction; can we get the same amount of time?

Outdated
Reply to  iLikePsych
1 year ago

5 years of being one of many that do it and the only one getting DQed… every other elite breastroker has been doing the same exact thing

PhillyMark
Reply to  Outdated
1 year ago

The underwater view at these ISL meets doesnt do the breaststrokers any favors.

sven
Reply to  Outdated
1 year ago

A reputation earned over years doesn’t go away in 4 months. Jokes like these will burn themselves out if he stays clean, but for now he’s still fair game.

Dbswims
Reply to  Hmmmm
1 year ago

Ol’ Longhorn already said that

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