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Putting his swimming career on hold after his second DUI arrest, Olympic champion Michael Phelps began a six-week program Sunday that he said “will provide the help I need to better understand myself.”
This is Phelps’ second DUI — the first one dates back to when the swimmer was 19 and could be forgiven, somewhat, for being a dumb asshole.
The first tweets by athletes are rarely exciting, funny or provocative — but they are interesting when you look at them from hindsight’s perspective.
Michael Phelps Returned To The Pool Thursday, And It Would Have Been Perfect If Not For That Meddlesome Ryan Lochte
— Rowdy Gaines (@RowdyGaines) April 25, 2014
Remember: A TV Sports Anchor In Ft. Myers, FL, Reported This Michael Phelps Thing 11 Months Ago, And Everyone Laughed
EXCLUSIVE: I have confirmed that Michael Phelps is planning a comeback. http://t.co/5zNAU2Yzzz
— Peter Busch (@peterbuschTV) May 17, 2013
Peter Busch of NBC affiliate WBBH-TV called this 11 months ago, and Phelps basically called him a liar. Plus, we have our own Phelps quotes denying all this in July.
Like Jay-Z and Michael Jordan and many of the greats before him, Michael Phelps has stopped being retired and returned to his sport.
If Michael Phelps hears the retirement question one more time, he may have to slap a bitch. But he does reveal how long it would take him to swim across Lake Tahoe.
He’s baaaaaack … says an NBC affiliate TV sports anchor. Peter Busch of WBBH in Ft. Meyers, FL, says that he has “confirmed” that Michael Phelps will come out of retirement to try and compete in the 2016 Rio Olympics. Phelps has denied this, kind of.
When you’re Michael Phelps, you can pretty much do whatever you want. Twenty-two gold medals this particular weekend bought Phelps a ticket to the Baltimore Ravens’ locker room after their Super Bowl victory. The steamy environment saw Phelps and his old friend, Ray Lewis, share a warm embrace, some congratulatory words and a champion’s kiss.