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  • Amanda Miller-Robertson

    U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps is now the top Olympic gold medal winner of all time. Phelps won his fourteenth gold medal on August 17, 2008, in the 400-meter medley relay. Finishing with eight gold medals in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing China, Michael surpassed Mark Spitz as the most successful swimmer and Olympian of all time. Phelps broke Mark Spitz’s 36 year-old record for most gold medals at a single Olympic games, set in 1972 in Munich.

  • Graham Patterson

    Men's swimming trunks

  • Claudia Marsh

    nothing better than a big, dopey swimmer boy...

  • Andrea Benbenek

    Michael Phelps. Not too many men can pull this off and look this good.

  • Hannah Eischens

    oh Micheal Phelps, you are mine. best swimmer.

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Michael Phelps---you can wrap those long arms around me anytime, sir!