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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-...
Central Florida Varsity the Blog - Orlando SentinelSixteen divers from Team Orlando Diving advanced to the USA Diving Summer Junior Zone D Championships after regionals this month in Moultrie, Ga. The top 15 finishers on each springboard event qualified for the Zone D Championships from June 30-July 3...
Huntington Beach High School will go head-to-head with five other high schools Friday in Hurley's Walk the Walk competition, and they are playing to win with near-daily practices with the competition just a day away. Nick Phipps, one of the 25 Huntington...
Under Armour, the athletic apparel brand that popularized the catch phrase "We must protect this house," can now boast that the metaphorical pool outside the house will also be protected. The company announced Thursday that it has signed Olympic...
Staff reporterMichael Phelps has four more chances to win gold at the world swimming championships. He's not likely to be satisfied until he gets another shot at Paul Biedermann. In different suits, that is. The unheralded German glided across the water, steadily...
Sun ReporterMichael Phelps was 15 years old the day he returned home to Rodgers Forge from his first Olympic Games in 2000. He had finished 5th in the 200-meter butterfly in Sydney, Australia, even though he was mostly ears and arms at that point, and it seemed as...
Michael Phelps has long yearned to attract more kids to swimming and to teach them about the pursuit of dreams, using his own life as the textbook. He took his first step in that direction yesterday when he announced on NBC's Today show that he will...
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Sun reportersWith most of the nation's best swimmers scheduled to compete at the Toyota Grand Prix here this weekend, record-breaking performances might take a back seat to the swimsuit competition. The Speedo LZR Racer, a $550 seamless, water-resistant swimsuit, has...
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Sun reporterIt was one of the first questions fans started asking after Michael Phelps achieved the improbable feat of winning eight gold medals in one Olympics: What will he be worth? Companies are already lining up to hand Phelps millions of dollars to associate...
Sun reporterAnyone tuning in to watch swimming for the first time in several years can't help but be a little suspicious this week. It's one thing to watch Michael Phelps smash world records almost daily, but should every world record in swimming be falling like...
Sun reporterA year ago, swimmer Michael Phelps showed up in Columbia, Mo., for the Missouri Grand Prix with low expectations. He did not have history on his mind. In fact, before diving into the pool for the 200-meter butterfly, he didn't even bother to shave the...
Though his celebratory parade in Towson represented a finale to Michael Phelps' post-Olympic blitz of public appearances, the swimmer is just beginning his quest to become an enduring marketing force. "We couldn't fully comprehend the impact of his...
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