Vien to storm swimming world champs He has to work 10 times, even 100 times ... just 4cm short of her idol, Michael Phelps of the United States. With Tuan's support, Vien was called to the national team in 2010. It's been just five years since then, but she has made magical moves, which ... 06/26/2015 - 1:57 pm | View Link
Is It Time For Michael Phelps To Move On For The Sake Of The Rest Of A Race-Less Life? There is support for USA Swimming’s decision just as some have called it a “gross overreaction ... Not a bad place for Phelps, a pioneer on the trail of sporting frontiers in his first 30 years, to aim for as he approaches the next 30 and more. 10/6/2014 - 11:25 pm | View Link
Sports agent from Maine builds world-class reputation He was named to the Sporting News Power 100 ... Pachios, at Preti Flaherty, called Carlisle a success story on many levels. “He’s brought a lot of people up here to work who want to be in the sports agency business,” Pachios said. 12/31/2013 - 2:13 am | View Link
From diving to driving: Michael Phelps to star in reality show to learn golf from Tiger's coach after swimmer becomes the greatest ever Olympian Michael Phelps retired from competitive swimming just days ago, but the most decorated Olympian of all time has already moved on - from the pool to the putting green for a reality TV show. Phelps announced on Saturday that he will work on his golf handicap ... 08/12/2012 - 10:28 pm | View Link
Phelps' Fish Wife Has a Name Last night Phelps ... called China White. But this wasn't a fox hunt, no sir. Lochte invited lots of friends and family and stayed firmly in the VIP section, though there was a line of ladies waiting to schmooze with the grill-sporting brah. 08/7/2012 - 5:00 am | View Link
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The four semifinalists at the Women’s World Cup—the U. S., Japan, England and Germany—represent four of the world’s five biggest economies. This is hardly a coincidence: These countries all have the resources to make sure girls can play the world’s most popular sport at every level.