Baltimore (WJZ) — Rowdy 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.

Gaines spoke about 18-gold medal holder Michael Phelps’ participation in the U.S. Swim Trials: “He was number one in the world in three different events last year. I expect him to do great in the trials. He could potentially swim six events in Rio so he’ll have a busy program.”

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Gaines comments that Phelps seems so at peace with life, his legacy and and he feels like he is having fun again.

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He also spoke about the threat of the Zika virus in Rio, Brazil: “Every single year they predict doom and gloom for the Olympic games and they all turn out fine. I think the same thing is going to happen in Rio. It’s going to be just fine.”

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Hear more from the interview below: