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Sun StaffMichael Phelps awoke today on the other side of the world. En route to two meets next week in Australia, he stopped in New Zealand for research and development work at the University of Otago. His strokes and body specifications are being gauged in one...
Sun StaffOne in a series of occasional articles on Michael Phelps and his path to the 2004 Olympics. For most of its existence, the North Baltimore Aquatic Club was associated with female swimmers driven to Olympic gold by a taskmaster coach. The NBAC's...
Sun StaffOn the second Wednesday of 2004, Michael Phelps took his first solo business trip. Taking direction from a crew filming a commercial in Malibu, he splashed in the Pacific. Then Phelps hustled back across the country for a brief stop at his Rodgers Forge...
Sun StaffNEW YORK - Pressure is the name of a sleek Greenwich Village nightclub that Michael Phelps, by virtue of his tender age, could not set foot into most evenings. Yesterday morning, though, there was no question of keeping out the reigning king of the...
Sun StaffFour years from now, the world will scrutinize him again. His braces will be gone, and, yes, he'll have his driving license. He will have stopped growing nine inches and 60 pounds in a single year. His program will have expanded from his lone 200-meter...
Sun StaffOne in a series of occasional articles on Michael Phelps and his path to the 2004 Olympics. When he swam in the 2000 Olympics, Michael Phelps was 15, the youngest American to earn a trip to Sydney, Australia. Now that Phelps is 18 and a young man atop...
Channel Guide MagazineApparently, Olympics legend Michael Phelps doesn't have as smooth a stroke on the golf course as he does in the swimming pool. Recently crowned the most decorated Olympian in history with 22 career Olympic medals after winning four golds and two silvers...
CNNNEW YORK -- U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps says he'll make one more push in the pool at the Olympics in London this summer, but after that he's hanging up his Speedo. Phelps told Anderson Cooper in an interview on "60 Minutes" on Sunday that while it took...
KTLA NewsROME -- Michael Phelps beat Milorad Cavic again. No doubt about it. With a defiant performance in a supposedly inferior suit, Phelps stayed close over the outward lap and rallied on the return to become the first swimmer to break 50 seconds in the 100-...
Tags: Speedos, Ryan Lochte, Serbia, Germany, 2016 Olympic Games
Michael Phelps is unbeatable in the water. It's on dry land where he runs into trouble. Phelps has embarrassed himself again after a triumphant Olympics, this time getting his picture snapped as he inhaled from a marijuana pipe. The photo wound up in...
Tribune olympic sports reporterHere are Tribune Olympics reporter Philip Hersh's Top 20 moments not to miss. Set your TiVo for the last hurrah of the icons of U.S. women's soccer. Don't miss the drama as the marathon returns to, well, where it began. And, the big moment, Thorpe vs....
Tags: Marathon, John Howard, Judo, History, Energy Saving
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