Update: as of 8:30 on Wednesday morning, all tickets are sold out. Tickets for the finals sessions of the 2014…
According to Michael Phelps’ communications representative, Octagon’s Drew Johnson, Phelps plans to swim the 50 and 100-meter freestyle and the 100-meter butterfly at the 2014 Arena Grand Prix in Mesa, Arizona.
Here are 10 of our reasons. Give us your reasons why Phelps return to competition is awesome.
Michael Phelps is targeting the 2014 Mesa Grand Prix as his return to competitive swimming.
If you are a swimmer, swim-parent or swim coach, this is a must-see video. NBAC Coach Bob Bowman delivers a powerful message.
With 47.23 in the 100 yard butterfly, Michael pulls within .13 of the 15-16 National Age Groud Record, a record he’ll have over two years to challenge. That one currently sits at 47.10, belonging to Michael-Phelps-nemesis Milorad Cavic.
Michael Phelps is about to explode onto the competitive swimming scene again, though no one will officially go on-the-recond about the exact date and time.
Missy Franklin has been named the Laureus World Sport Sportswoman of the Year.
Michael Phelps, the greatest Olympian of all-time, may be ready to race very soon according to a report released Tuesday…
Michael Phelps won 7 gold medals 7 years ago at the 2007 World Championships.
Andrew swam a 54.59 in the 100 long course meters fly at the Plantation, Florida sectional championship meet. That knocks four-tenths off of his previous best time of 54.98 from the U.S. Open last summer, and also breaks the 2011 National Age Group Record held by Justin Lynch in 54.80 from 2011.
“Unbelievable!” is the title of a new book that will be released in April. The book will allow swimming fans to gain insight into Chad le Clos’ life…
Phelps will be guest-starring on the hit TV show Suits on the USA Network as the one sports client legendary lawyer Harvey Specter could never land, and yes, he’s playing himself.
This post was written by Olympic medalist Milorad Cavic, who represented his native Serbia when he challenged Michael Phelps in that .01 second 100 butterfly race in the 2008 Olympic Games.
Bob Bowman’s North Baltimore Aquatic Club (NBAC) may be the greatest swim club ever assembled.