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Annie Lazor wins bronze in 200m breaststroke

<p>Annie Lazor. photo via: Mike Lewis/USA Swimming.</p>

Annie Lazor. photo via: Mike Lewis/USA Swimming.

Auburn began the day with an Olympian winning a medal and ended it the same way.

Annie Lazor, who swam at Auburn from 2013-16, won bronze in the 200m breaststroke on Thursday.

Lazor finished with a time of 2:20:84, which won her the bronze medal. Teammate and friend Lilly King finished in 2:19:92 for the silver medal. South Africa's Tatjana Schoenmaker finished ahead of both Americans to win the gold medal in 2:18:95. 

The former Auburn swimmer is a first-time Olympian, and the 200m breaststroke was her only event in Tokyo.



Jake Weese | Sports Editor

Jake Weese, senior in journalism with a minor in history, is The Plainsman's sports editor.


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