Name: Cody Miller
Sport: Swimming
Event(s): 100-meter breaststroke
Height: 5-11
Weight: 175
DOB: 1/9/1992
Birthplace: Billings, Mont.
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nev.
High School: Palo Verde High School (Las Vegas, Nev.) ‘10
College: Indiana University ‘15, Business Management
Coach(es): Ray Looze
Olympic Experience
  • Rio 2016 Olympic Games, gold (4x100m IM relay), bronze (100m breast)
World Championship Experience
  • Most recent: 2017 – gold (400 medley relay), 5th (100 breaststroke), 16th (50 breaststroke)
  • Years of participation: Long Course – 2015, 2017; Short Course – 2014, 2016
  • Medals: 6 (3 golds, 2 silvers, 1 bronze)
  • Gold – 2015 (400 medley relay), 2016 (200 mixed medley relay), 2017 (400 medley relay)
  • Silver – 2014 (400 medley relay), 2016 (200 medley relay)
  • Bronze – 2014 (200 medley relay)
Personal: Son of Debbie Miller...Has one younger sister, Catie...Engaged to Ali DeWitt...Diagnosed with Pectus Excavatum and began swimming at age 8 to help monitor his heart and breathing...Has two teacup Pomeranians…Took dance lessons for years, including the study of modern, contemporary and ballet, with ballet being his favorite…Trained to be a balloonist in high school and can still create some cool objects out of balloons…Very skilled at riding a rip stick…Skateboarded a lot growing up and still loves it despite not being able to partake in it due to swimming…Self-proclaimed movie buff and his favorite show about movies is Collider’s Movie Talk and he is a big John Campea fan…Watches all of the Oscar-nominated films annually before the show and tries to predict the winners, entering contests – describing it as his version of March Madness…Going to the movies is his favorite hobby…Self-proclaimed comic book nerd and his favorite show is Collider Heroes, which is a weekly YouTube show dedicated to comic books and comic book films…Has roughly 600 different comics on his iPad…Enjoys yoga, building 3D laser-cut metal models, watching golf, playing Xbox, playing with his dogs, Puff and Lego and taking them to the dog park.