Michael Phelps Is Heading To His 5th Olympic GamesMichael Phelps is heading to his fifth Olympics.
Phelps, Ledecky Cruise Into Semis At US Olympic Swim TrialsAfter being on the sideline for two days, Michael Phelps was ready to go and it showed.
Rowdy Gaines On Michael Phelps In The U.S. OlympicsRowdy Gaines, three-time Olympic gold medalist and swimming analyst for NBC/ESPN, spoke on the Norris and Davis show about Michael Phelps and the upcoming Olympic Games.
Phelps' Influence Out of Pool Impacts Results At US TrialsMichael Phelps wasn't competing on opening night of the U.S. Olympic swimming trials. Still, the 18-time gold medalist's influence impacted the results in the 400-meter individual medley, an event he once dominated.
Gold Medalist Michael Phelps Completes Probation for DUIOlympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps has completed his probation for drunken driving.
Phelps Skipping Atlanta Meet While Awaiting Birth of ChildAwaiting the birth of his first child, Michael Phelps has decided to skip an Olympic prep meet in Atlanta next week.
Michael Phelps Aids In ASU 'Curtain of Distraction'Arizona State coach Bobby Hurley said Phelps "made a major contribution to the game."
Michael Phelps To Coach At Arizona State UniversityBaltimore-native and Olympian Michael Phelps is set to join Arizona State University as a volunteer assistant coach during the 2016-17 season, according to the Arizona Republic.
Phelps Signs Endorsement Deal With Md. Razor CompanyOlympian Michael Phelps inked a new endorsement deal with a Baltimore-based company. The partnership comes less than a year before the 2016 Olympics and is the first since he pleaded guilty to a DUI last December.
Rowdy Gaines Says Michael Phelps Is Back And Back In A Big WayThree time Olympic Gold Medalist Rowdy Gaines joined Ken and Steve to talk about Michael Phelps and Rio games next summer.
Phelps Re-Establishes Place As The World's Most Dominant SwimmerMichael Phelps is back on top of the world.
Phelps Leaves No Doubt He'll Be Ready For Rio OlympicsMichael Phelps held up one finger, leaving no doubt he's No. 1.