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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.
Can't you just hear President Obama's speech to the U.S. Olympic athletes when they visit the White House? He'll point to their gold medals and say, "You didn't win that. Government did it for you. We built the Olympic training center the roads that lead to it we provide the coaches and team doctors. Since we won the medals for you, please place them in the communal pot behind the stage.
Now that he's retired from swimming, Michael Phelps is ready to try a new stroke _ golf.
Recognizing that not every returning American Olympic hero has the earning potential of a Michael Phelps or a Gabby Douglas, a popular online pawn service is offering to help Olympic athletes turn their gold medals into quick cash to pay for training expenses, transportation and housing for their family and friends — and even to help pay the taxes they face on the medals they win.
Bubba Watson has been texting Olympic champ Michael Phelps and joking with Mets ace Johan Santana. Now, the Masters champion says it's time for more winning golf at the PGA Championship.
Bubba Watson has been texting Olympic swimming champ Michael Phelps and joking with Mets ace Johan Santana. Now, the Masters champion says it's time for more winning golf at the PGA Championship.
On the first day of the rest of his life, Michael Phelps found old habits are hard to break.