Will Licon: “I just need to get my pop down for trials” (Video)

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.


  1. Kevin Cordes– 1:00.61
  2. Nic Fink– 1:00.70
  3. Michael Andrew– 1:01.46

After missing the podium in the 200 breast, Kevin Cordes bounced back to win gold tonight. Cordes was out in a quick 28.39, and held off a hard-charging Nic Fink on the back half to touch 1st in 1:00.61 to Fink’s 1:00.70. Behind them, Michael Andrew and Will Licon battled it out for the bronze. Licon came from behind to nearly catch Andrew at the finish, but Andrew took the bronze by a nail in 1:01.46 to Licon’s 1:01.58.

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Lane Four

Man I hope Will makes it for Budapest. He deserves this. Please, let him make the World Championships team.


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