Nic Fink Crushes 200 Breast Despite Questionable Song Choice – Video Interview

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200 Breaststroke – 2014 Bulldog Grand Slam – Reported by SwimSwam

Georgia’s Nic Fink had a great swim, coming within two seconds of his lifetime-best to go 2:11.76. That crushed the field by nearly four seconds, as Fink’s Bulldog teammate Chase Kalisz (competing for NBAC over the summer) was second back at 2:15.30.

Close behind Kalisz was the Bolles School’s Anton Lobanov at 2:15.58. From there, things spread out quite a bit. Gabriel DeSousa out of North Baltimore went 2:17.91, and Auburn’s Michael Duderstadt was 2:19.05 for fifth.

Michigan Wolverine Paul Corbae took sixth at 2:22.49. About a second back was Basil Orr, Dynamo’s 18-year-old, and Georgia Bulldog Ty Stewart, competing for SwimMAC, went 2:24.81 to round out the championship heat.

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ERVINFORTHEWIN
7 years ago

With Cordes, Usa needs a second very good breastroker for the next months Big meets . Welld one Nic .

ERVINFORTHEWIN
7 years ago

Very cool guys !!!

MCMFLYGUY
7 years ago

hahaha walkin out to “my humps”, classic.

7 years ago

He is one to watch for the future

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Gold Medal Mel Stewart

MEL STEWART Jr., aka Gold Medal Mel, won three Olympic medals at the 1992 Olympic Games. Mel's best event was the 200 butterfly. He is a former World, American, and NCAA Record holder in the 200 butterfly. As a writer/producer and sports columnist, Mel has contributed to Yahoo Sports, Universal Sports, …

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