1. As an Olympic swimmer, Michael Phelps has spent much of his life slicing through water.
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7. At age 19 in November 2004, Michael Phelps was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in Salisbury, Maryland.
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12. In response, Michael Phelps noted that he had signed up for Project Believe, a project by the United States Anti-Doping Agency in which US Olympians can volunteer to be tested in excess of the World Anti-Doping Agency guidelines.
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18. Michael Phelps was reportedly motivated by the national team's failure to win the men's 4 × 100 m freestyle relay since their Beijing 2008 and Rome 2009 titles.
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26. In the 200-meter freestyle, Michael Phelps won ahead of Ryan Lochte in a time of 1:45.61.
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31. Michael Phelps remarked that Bernard's pre-race comments of "smashing the Americans" had "fired me up more than anything else.
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36. At the 2007 World Aquatics Championships, Michael Phelps won seven gold medals, tying the record for a global long-course championship held by Mark Spitz since the 1972 Summer Olympics, and broke five world records.
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39. At the 2005 World Championship Trials, Michael Phelps decided to drop his specialty events, the 400-meter individual medley and the 200-meter butterfly, and experiment with the 400-meter freestyle and the 100-meter freestyle.
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41. Michael Phelps put up a solid time of 1:46.60 but the Americans could not match the depth of the Australians and ultimately finished second 7:10.26 to 7:08.58.
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