Badger coaches, teammates, families and friends congratulate Cody Miller on winning the Bronze medal at the Rio Olympics. Miller joins Rick Carey, Cristina Teuscher, Lea Loveless and Jenny Thompson as Badger Olympic Medalists.

As reported by Swim Swam:
“On day 2 of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, American newcomer Cody Miller swam his way to the podium, breaking an American Record in the process. Miller swam a 58.86 to become the fastest American in history, breaking the previous American Record of 58.94 set by his Rio teammate Kevin Cordes at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials.

Miller’s swim was not only a new American Record, but it also earned him his first ever Olympic Medal. He finished 3rd, taking the bronze medal behind Great Britain’s Adam Peaty, who won the race in a World Record time of 57.13, and South Africa’s Cameron Van Der Burgh, who swam to silver in 58.69.” Read More

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