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LSemmens

[*] posted on 20-5-2013 at 12:28
His prerogative, if he wants to compete, he has to go through the qualifying process like everyone else.
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[*] posted on 20-5-2013 at 01:00
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/05/18/will-retired-olympic-swimming-legend-michael-phelps-part-the-waters-again/

Phelps reportedly has not retracted his announcement that he has retired from swimming--but the reporter says he thinks his information is good.

If Phelps competes and does not win any medals (or even, if he takes bronze in a few events), another Olympics could be anti-climatic. But, if he would get a silver or gold. . .

Wouldn't he make more money from endorsement and advertising deals?

Would you like to see him compete again?

(He has ADD, so I like to see him as a success story for those so afflicted.)