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Men's 4 x 100m Medley Final: United States (Aaron Peirsol, Brendan Hansen, Michael Phelps, Jason Lezak) 3:29.34 (WR)
Men's 100m Butterfly Final: United States (Michael Phelps) 50.58 (OR)
Men's 200m Medley Final: United States (Michael Phelps) 1:54.23 (WR)
Men's 4 x 200m Free Final: United States (Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Ricky Berens, Peter Vanderkaay) 6:58.56 (WR)
Men's 200m Butterfly Final: United States (Michael Phelps) 1:52.03 (WR)
Men's 200m Butterfly Semifinal - Heat 2: United States (Michael Phelps) 1:53.70 (OR)
Men's 200m Butterfly Semifinal: United States (Michael Phelps) 1:53.70 (OR)
Men's 200m Free Final: United States (Michael Phelps) 1:42.96 (WR)
Men's 200m Butterfly - Heat 6: United States (Michael Phelps) 1:53.70 (OR)
Men's 200m Butterfly Qualification: United States (Michael Phelps) 1:53.70 (OR)
Originally posted by ryan atwood
the commentators called it very early befor the results were shown at the stadium and they counldnt of seen if he one it coz apparently he won by 1 100th of a second which i think is crap.
Originally posted by Karlhungis
reply to post by muzzleflash
I said that it WASN'T fixed. I was illustrating that he broke 5 world records and 5 olympic records. It is tough for his competitors to throw a race that they couldn't win.
Yes, he did have a few close calls but I have a hard time believing that there was any sort of a fix.
Phelps kick starts his day and his metabolism with three fried-egg sandwiches, but with a few customised additions: cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and, of course, mayonnaise.Amuse-bouche out of the way, he throws back two cups of coffee and sits down to an omelette - containing five eggs - and a bowl of grits, a porridge of coarsely ground corn. He's not finished yet. Bring on the three slices of French toast, with powdered sugar on top to make sure there's no skimping on the calories. And to finish: three chocolate chip pancakes.
With breakfast wearing off and the hunger pangs biting, Phelps downs half a kilogram - ie a whole packet - of enriched pasta and two large ham and cheese sandwiches. On white bread with loads of mayo on top. To remove any chance that his body will run out of fuel, he washes this down with about 1,000 calories of energy drink.
Time to load up on carbs for the next day's training. Another half kilo of enriched pasta goes down the hatch with a chaser of an entire pizza and another 1,000 calories of energy drinks. And so to bed. As Phelps told US television channel NBC yesterday: "Eat, sleep and swim, that's all I can do."