Cody Miller Signs Fan’s Build-a-Bear with His Voice Inside It (Video)

2019 U.S. OPEN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Reported by Anne Lepesant.

MEN’S 100M BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

  • American record: 58.64, 2017, Kevin Cordes
  • U.S. Open record: 58.74, 2017 Kevin Cordes/Joao Gomes
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 59.28, 2019, Andrew Wilson

Podium:

  1. Dmitriy Balandin (TROJ) – 59.36
  2. Andrew Wilson (ABSC) – 59.54
  3. Cody Miller (SAND) – 59.92

Fresh off his U.S. Open Meet record in heats, Andrew Wilson charged to the early lead in the 100 breast final. He turned at 27.96, just a tick ahead of Dmitriy Balandin (28.0). The second half belonged to Balandin, though, as the Olympic Champion in the 200 breast came home in 31.35 to Wilson’s 31.58 for the victory. Balandin missed the meet record by .08 with his final time of 59.36. Wilson was runner-up in 59.54. Cody Miller took third in 59.92. No one else broke a minute in the heat, although fourth-place Nic Fink went 1:00.05.

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PhillyMark

I wonder if he had something else in mind b4 he said ‘awesome’

Markster

He didn’t say ‘awesome’ throughout the entire video.

PhillyMark

Amazing was the word he used…my mistake

Tim

Awesome. Cody is a cool guy.

PhillyMark

He is certainly doing a great job marketing himself and creating a following

N80M80

Generally he’s good for the sport and seems like a good dude

Heyitsme

That’s kinda creepy

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