Swim Vlogger Cody Miller Adjusting to “Dad Training”

2022 TYR PRO SWIM SERIES SAN ANTONIO

Cody Miller placed 4th in the 100 breast and 7th in the 200 breast in San Antonio, just weeks after the birth of his 2nd son, Kato. The YouTube swim star admitted “I don’t know if I’m in a prime position to do a 200 breaststroke right now”.

Reported by Michael Hamann.

Men’s 200 breast

  • World Record: Anton Chupkov (RUS, 2019): 2:06.12
  • American Record: Josh Prenot (USA, 2016): 2:07.17
  • US Open Record: Josh Prenot (USA, 2016): 2:07.17
  • Junior World Record: Haiyang Qin (CHN, 2017): 2:09.39
  • Pro Swim Record: Andrew Wilson (USA, 2018): 2:08.95

Top 8 finishers:

  1. Leon Marchand (Unattached): 2:09.24
  2. Nic Fink (MAAC): 2:11.67
  3. Chase Kalisz (ABSC): 2:12.47
  4. Brandon Fischer (Unattached): 2:14.22
  5. Will Licon (TXLA): 2:14.31
  6. Tommy Cope (ISC): 2:14.55
  7. Cody Miller (SAND): 2:15.25
  8. Mateusz Dubas (Unattached): 2:17.36

Fresh off his NCAA title 6 days ago, Leon Marchand swam a new lifetime best of 2:09.24 to win the 200 breast going away. Coming in second behind him was Nic Fink, who is representing Metro Atlanta and trains at Georgia Tech.

Chase Kalisz, who won the 200 fly earlier tonight, finished third in 2:12.47.

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Fresh kid ice man
5 months ago

Dude is washed. RIP

cbswims
Reply to  Fresh kid ice man
5 months ago

For starters he’s 30 still competing at an elite level, never mind that he has 2 kids, wife and I am sure other life responsibilities.

I could crack wise about you moving out of your parents basement one day which I am sure is completely not accurate, but instead I’ll suggest you have a little grace. Is he going to make the Olympics with all the up and coming talent… odds are long. But have some respect for what he has accomplished. And while of course you are not living in your parents basement, I doubt any of your accomplishments matches being in finals at just 1 pro swim meet.

Ol' Longhorn
Reply to  cbswims
5 months ago

But maybe his accomplishments as a 30-year-old grown-ass man exceed that of being in a final of a pro swim meet? Don’t throw the shade, no I’m not throwing shade, yes I am throwing shade crap. Not many 30-year-old men are living in Harry Potter-land either.

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