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U.S. Olympic swimmer Tyler Clary has spent a lot of time recently training with Michael Phelps at the University of Michigan. Since Clary is only 23 years old and will be making his first Olympic appearance in London this summer, you might assume Phelps is someone that he looks up to and admires. After all, Phelps is considered by many to be the greatest swimmer to ever live. That...
Michael Phelps didn’t win eight gold medals at the Olympics four years ago because he is a naturally good swimmer. It took countless hours of preparation and a willingness to dedicate his entire life to swimming. Once the Beijing Olympics were over and he was officially the world record-holder for gold medals at a single Olympic Games, Phelps decided to enjoy some well-deserved...
Drama on US Olympic Swim Team
Tyler Clary probably should have just inserted his foot in his mouth before he publically made comments about Michael Phelps’s work ethic. He talked to the press about how Phelps doesn’t work hard and that he wastes his talent. He is as quoted saying he’s a swimmer that doesn’t want to be at practice. Phelps is the best male swimmer in Olympic...
Michael Phelps is said to be upset by fellow US Olympic swimmer
Clary's reportedly saying that Phelps is 'asking to get beat.'
Olympian Tyler Clary has officially made a name for himself. He’s called out Michael Phelps for, well this is a portion of what he said:
The fact that he doesn’t have to work as hard to get that done, it’s a real shame,” Clary told the paper. “I think it’s too bad. You see that all too often, where you get athletes that are incredibly talented that really take it for...
US swimmer Tyler Clary made national headlines on Tuesday for his critical comments about fellow swimmer Michael Phelps, and the 14-time Olympic gold medalist is said to be “upset” with his teammate.
In comments to The Riverside Press-Enterprise published on Monday, Clary questioned Phelps’ work ethic and said the swimming star is “asking to get beat.” Former University...
We have been hoping that Ryan Lochte would be the one to start the trash-talking with Michael Phelps, but it seems that a more unlikely individual has decided to step up to the plate and challenge the greatness of the world’s greatest swimmer of all-time. Tyler Clary, who qualified for the Olympics in the 200m [...]
For the first time, the U.S. Olympic team will have more women than men, with female athletes accounting for 269 of the 530 spots American will take at the upcoming London Games.
The USOC released its official roster Tuesday. CEO Scott Blackmun said the female majority was ''a true testament to the impact of Title IX,'' the law that increased opportunities for women...
The Olympic village has opened for athletes. And if Usain Bolt
and Michael Phelps decide to stay there, forgive them if they feel
a little cramped.