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Phelps turned in perhaps the most impressive performance so far in his comeback, posting the third-fastest time in the world this year while easily beating Lochte in the 100-meter butterfly at the Bulldog Grand Slam on Friday night.
Phelps, who retired after the last Olympics and stayed away from the pool for more than a year, finished the 100-meter backstroke in 53.88 seconds. Lochte was second at 54.40, and Olympian Tyler Clary finished third in 55.41.
Ryan Lochte walks slowly into the room, a bulky brace on his left knee. He's still got that same goofball demeanor, that same unique sense of fashion (on this day, he's wearing a fedora with his trademark phrase "Jeah" embroidered across the back).
Michael Phelps lunged to the wall, popped his head out of the water, and turned immediately toward the scoreboard.
Michael Phelps is trying some new things: A more relaxed approach. A lighter workload. A willingness to accept that things aren't going to be perfect every day.
Michael Phelps is going short, really short, in the second race of his comeback.
Michael Phelps is going short, really short, in the second event of his comeback.
Michael Phelps is 0 for 1 in his comeback to the pool.
Phelps has qualified fastest for the 100-meter butterfly final at the Arena Grand Prix in his first competition since retiring after the 2012 London Olympics.