Madisyn Cox Announces Med School, Plans to Stop Swimming after 2020 (Video)

2019 U.S. NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Reported by Reid Carlson.

WOMEN’S 200 IM – FINALS

  • World Record: Katinka Hosszu (Hungary), 2015, 2:06.12
  • American Record: Ariana Kukors, 2009, 2:06.15
  • Championship Record: Kathleen Baker (United States), 2018, 2:08.32
  • U.S. Open Record: Kathleen Baker (United States), 2018, 2:08.32
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 2:17.39

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Madisyn Cox had the early lead at 50 meters, turning in 28.13, but Calypso Sheridan pulled up on the backstroke, and the two swimmers were neck-and-neck at 100 meters. Cox then pulled away on the breaststroke to lead by over a body lengthy and 1.52 seconds at 150 meters. Cox finished the race in 2:10.00.

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Harambe

Good swim program, good med program, gotta keep UVA on your radar. #HookEmHoos

Snarky

Is she dating God?

monsterbasher

Yeah. Dean and Cox have been dating for a while now

Knows Nothing

Madisyn certainly outclassed the rest of the field at Stanford. Too bad about the vitamins: best wishes for 2020!

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