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Topic - Michael Phelps
Don't expect the same Michael Phelps in his return to swimming after a nearly two-year retirement.
Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian ever, is coming out of retirement to swim next week at the Arena Grand Prix in Arizona.
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Phelps has rejoined the U.S. drug-testing program, the strongest sign yet that he's returning for the 2016 Rio Olympics. The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency said Phelps was among the athletes who underwent doping tests in the third quarter, the period ending Sept. 30. He was tested twice.
Franklin gave up her bid to win eight golds in Barcelona, scratching the 50 back so she could focus on the 200 free. That decision paid off Wednesday night when she touched first in 1 minute, 54.81 seconds.
The 16-year-old from Bethesda, Md., barely missed the world record in the 400 freestyle, but there was no doubt it would fall in the 1,500. Ledecky and defending world champion Lotte Friis went at it stroke for stroke much of the race, the Danish swimmer slightly ahead.
While saying he's never been happier with his life — and certainly doesn't miss the grind of what it took to become the most decorated Olympic athlete — Phelps left the door open to change his mind before the 2016 Rio Games.
Michael Phelps is getting serious about his golf game.
Michael Phelps has added another triumph to his list of accomplishments: The Associated Press male athlete of the year.
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Michael Phelps is getting another chance to show off his funny side. And he'll have some help from the glibbest man in golf.
Michael Phelps is teaming up with golf's funniest man.
Michael Phelps arrived by water to a ceremony at the Baltimore Inner Harbor honoring eight of Maryland's Olympic heroes.
Alas, he didn't get a chance to claim an eighth victory through no fault of his own; the heavily favored U.S. team was disqualified in the prelims of the 400 medley relay while Phelps was resting up for the final.
Besides Phelps, USA Swimming said Olympians Ryan Lochte and Katie Ledecky are among those expected to swim in the Arena Grand Prix at Skyline Aquatic Center.