Michael Phelps is off playing golf and showing no signs of backtracking on his decision to retire from swimming.
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Now that he’s away from the pool, Michael Phelps can reflect — really reflect — on what he accomplished. Pretty amazing stuff.
Michael Phelps won the 200-meter individual medley Thursday for his first individual gold of the London Olympics.
Michael Phelps already has the most gold medals of any Olympian — 14 — and eclipsed Mark Spitz’s record with eight wins in Beijing four years ago.
The United States broke out the big guns in hopes of taking down the favored Australians in the 4×100-meter freestyle relay Sunday night. Michael Phelps was swimming for the Americans. So was Ryan Lochte.
Ryan Lochte turned his much-anticipated duel with Michael Phelps into a blowout, pulling away to win the Olympic 400-meter individual medley by more than 3 seconds Saturday night. Even more stunning: Phelps didn’t even win a medal.
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As Team USA gears up for the biggest sporting events of their lives in London, they need some motivation to push themselves in ways they never have before. Our Olympians use music to push their training to the next level in every workout and warmup. Get into the minds of our mightiest athletes by taking a peek at their Pregame Playlists.
Baltimore’s Michael Phelps says the upcoming London Olympics will be his last, but he’ll first have to face off against his U.S. rival Ryan Lochte.
Rowdy Gaines, three-time gold medalist in swimming and current NBC broadcaster, called into The Norris and Davis show to talk about Michael Phelps and his upcoming Olympics in London.
Michael Phelps did a wise thing Monday: He gave up the chance to compete for another eight Olympic gold medals.