Madisyn Cox Enjoying Build of Competition into 2021 Olympic Trials (Video)

2021 PRO SWIM SERIES – SAN ANTONIO (MARCH)

Reported by Nick Pecoraro.

WOMEN’S 200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY – FINALS

  • World Record: 2:06.12 – Katinka Hosszu (2015)
  • American Record: 2:06.15 – Ariana Kukors (2009)
  • U.S. Open Record: 2:08.32 – Kathleen Baker (2018)
  • Jr. World Record: 2:09.98 – Rikako Ikee (2017)
  • Pro Swim Series Record: 2:08.66 – Katinka Hosszu (2015)
  1. Madisyn Cox (Longhorn), 2:10.84
  2. Kathleen Baker (Team Elite), 2:11.96
  3. Melanie Margalis (Saint Petersburg), 2:12.68

Handily winning her only final of the night was Longhorn’s Madisyn Cox, clocking in a sub-2:11 effort of 2:10.84. In for second was Kathleen Baker at 2:11.96, who is coming off a third-place finish in the 100 back. Baker currently holds the top time in the nation at 2:10.30, followed by Cox’s 2:10.49, both from January.

Settling for third was Melanie Margalis at 2:12.68, which is 4th in the US behind teen Torri Huske (2:11.18). Taking fourth was Canadian Bailey Andison at 2:13.43. Both Margalis and Andison have cracked the top-25 times in the world this season.

Winning the B-final was Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson at 2:15.31, which would have placed 7th in the A-final.

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HJones
6 months ago

Drug cheat.

Idiotacy
Reply to  HJones
6 months ago

So are you unable to see facts or are you just ignorant? Or maybe the only way you can feel good about yourself is to falsely tear others down.

Coach Macgyver
Reply to  Idiotacy
6 months ago

Probably both

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