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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Michael Phelps makes Olympic history


Michael Phelps (Reuters)

"Getting the first gold medal, for which I am very happy,"


Michael Phelps became an Olympic athlete won the most medals of all time after early Wednesday morning local time gold was won from the number 4x200m freestyle relay finals.

He's now collecting 19 medals after a few minutes before the gold on that number, he got a silver from the 200m butterfly.

A record 15 gold medals Phelps won eight gold has included the results of the spectacular Beijing Olympics four years ago and six of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. He also won two bronze in Athens and two silver in London.

South African swimmer Chad le Clos dashed ambitions of a third consecutive gold Phelps in the 200m butterfly style of individual men, but the silver medal she won the U.S. superstar is enough for this to equal the record a note gymnast Larisa Latynina of the Soviet Union who collected 18 Olympic medals.

Phelps then returned to the pool set aside an hour after le Clos. With Ryan Lochte, Ricky Berens and Conor Dwyer, he finally won the men's 4x200m freestyle relay, France and China set aside.

On his favorite number 200m butterfly, Phelps seems to be a record 18 gold medals. But le Clos, who initially was in third position behind and Takeshi Matsuda Phelps, continued to press and finally dumped Phelps at last stroke to record the fastest time of 1 minute 52.96 seconds.

Phelps, who attempt to continue leading the race for the sake of ambition to be the first to win the same number in three consecutive Olympics, only to be seperlimaratus le Clos seconds behind with a time of 1:53:01, while Matsuda won the bronze with a time of 1:53:21.

Le Clos (20) jumps out of the water in joy after seeing the note board. Then depending on the string trajectory, putting both hands on his head as if trying to penetrate its achievements in the first Olympics that followed it.

For a decade Phelps dominated the 200m butterfly. He recorded four times the speed record on this number and his world record 1 minute 51.51 seconds was one second faster than the record le Clos.

When we see the results, he threw his head in dismay before closing and then pulled to the side of the pond. But he congratulated sportive le Clos.

"He's a hard worker and he was very talented," said Phelps. "I have been at the other end of the finish was four years ago," said Phelps recalls triumphant victory by a margin of one percent of the swimmer Milorad Cavic second in the 100m butterfly at the Beijing Olympics four years ago.

"I can not continue to regret, 1:53 is a very long time for me but the most important thing is to go back to the medley relay with these guys (his third on the relay number)," he told the BBC.

Lochte, Berens Dwyer you make Phelps could lead away from his opponents, and he gained revenge defeat of French swimmer Yannick Agnel.

Agnel is that aside Lochte in the final round of the final men's 4x100m freestyle relay Tuesday.

"After the 400 freestyle relay we obviously want to be more compact and we succeeded. Teraih first gold medal, for which I am very happy," said Phelps, who previously looked disappointed to be on the podium pengalungan medal winning 200m butterfly because only individual men got the silver.

Phelps will still be racing to reach an Olympic gold treble chance in the 100m butterfly and 200m individual medley finals.

He was not the only swimmer with ambitions to create a treble, because there are still Japanese swimmer Kosuke Kitajima who is also trying to create a treble in the 200m backstroke final individual men.

Meanwhile, fellow practitioners Phelps, Allison Schmitt, won the individual 200m freestyle girls, with the lead at the half of the race and create a new Olympic record with a time of 1:53.61, in front of the gold medalist 400m freestyle individual French princess Camille Muffat (1: 55.58) and Australian swimmer Bronte Barratt who clocked 1:55.81.

"I can not say anything," said Schmitt, an unusual statement out of the gay swimmer who often become friends joke Phelps.

Other U.S. swimmers finished Missy Franklin was unable to reconcile the four so she won gold from the 100m backstroke and bronze relay as part of his ambitious campaign down in seven numbers, while the Italian hero who is also the world record holder Federica Pellegrini finished fifth.

On the other nomorm, adolescents aged 16 years of magical China, Ye Shiwen, membunuhn doping speculation by printing double after winning the 200m gold while creating a new record for the Olympic and Asian record with 2:07:57.

Ye, with a powerful finishnya thus creating a world record 400m medley last Saturday's draw suspicion, Australian swimmer Alicia Coutts aside (2:08:15) and daughter Caitlin Leverenz U.S. (2:08.95) to win the gold.

"I'm not angry or upset over what the media preach about me," said Ye. "I am calm, it's just more encouraged me to prove myself."

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