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Olympic Betting News: Michael Phelps Become a Legend

Written by Gaby Varji   
Tuesday, 31 July 2012 22:44

Michael Phelps OddsMichael Phelps started to become a legend Olympic Games Athens 2004 after having debuted with only 15 in Sydney. The Baltimore swimmer had five gold medals (100 butterfly, 200 butterfly, 400 individual medley, 4x200 free, 4x100 styles and 200 colors) and two bronze (200 free and 4x100 free) before facing the greatest challenge of swimming history: overcoming seven gold medals Mark Spitz. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

In the 2008 Beijing Games, Phelps became the greatest swimmer in the world to win eight gold medals (400 styles, 4x100 free, 200 free, 200 butterfly, 4x200 free, 200m medley, 100 butterfly and 4x100 styles). There were epic moments, like the relay Jason Lezak in the 4x100 free to beat France in the last long, and now to the controversy, as the photo finish with Milorad Cavic in the 100 butterfly.

Having achieved the feat, Phelps faced the London Games with less demand but with a final record for beating: that of the 18 Olympic medals the Ukrainian gymnast Larissa Latynina.

Failed in the 400 individual medley to place fourth in the final, had to settle for silver in the 4x100 free after France and could not overcome South Africa's Le Clos in fetish test, the 200 butterfly.

The nineteenth medal placed on top of the Olympic ladder hung it in the 4x200 free. He swam the last relay to tie the gold to the French. This time, the young Agnel shark failed to Baltimore, the best swimmer of all time in the history of the Olympics.

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All Olympic medals Michael Phelps:

- ATHENS 2004:
6 Gold:
100 butterfly: American Ian Crocker beat Ukrainian Andriy Serdinov and
200 butterfly, winning the Japanese Takashi Yamamoto and Briton Stephen Parry
200 styles: American Ryan Lochte won the Trinidadian George Bovell and
400 styles: Erik Vendt won the American and Hungarian Laszlo Cseh
4x200 free, winning with Ryan Lochte, Peter Vanderkaay and Klete Keller to Australia
(Hackett, Klim, Sprenger and Thorpe) and Italy (Brembrilla, Rosolino, Magnini and Cercato)
4x100 styles: Aaron Peirsol, Brendan Hansen, Ian Crocker and Jason Lezak beat
Germany (Driesen, Kruppa, Rupprath and Conrad) and Japan (Morita, Kitajima, Yamamoto and
Okumura). * Phelps swam the final but did participate in the semifinals, so
counts as gold medalist in this case.

2 bronze:
200 free: behind Australian Ian Thorpe and Dutchman Pieter
Van den Hoogenband)
4x100 free: Ian Crocker, Neil Walker and Jason Lezak by
behind South Africa (Schoeman, Ferns, Townsend and Neethling) and the Netherlands
(Kenkhuis, Zastrow, and Van den Hoogenband Zwering)

- BEIJING 2008:
8 Gold:
400 individual medley, winning the Hungarian Laszlo Cesh and American Ryan Lochte
4x100 free, winning with Cullen Jones, Jason Lezak and Garrett Weber-Gale to France
(Bernard, Bousquet, Gilot and Levaux) and Australia (Sullivan, Lauterstein, Callus and
Targett)
200 free, winning the South Korean Taehwan Park and American Peter Vanderkaay
200 butterfly, winning the Hungarian Laszlo Cseh and Japan's Takeshi Matsuda (RM)
4x200 free: Ricky Berens won, Ryan Lochte and Peter Vanderkaay to Russia
(Izotov, Lagunov, Lobintsev and Sukhorukov) and Australia (Brits, Frost, Hackett and Murphy)
200 styles, winning the Hungarian Laszlo Cesh and American Ryan Lochte
100 butterfly: Serbian Milorad Cavic beat Australian Andrew Lauterstein and
4x100 styles: Brandon won Hansen, Aaron Peirsol and Jason Lezak to Australia
(Lauterstein, Rickard, Stoeckel and Sullivan) and Japan (Fujii, Kitajima, Miyashita and
Sato)

- London 2012:
1 GOLD:
4x200 free: Won with Ryan Lochte, Ricky Berens and Conor Dwyer) to France (Leveaux,
Mallet, Lefert and Agnel) and China (Hao, Li, Jiang and Sun).

2 SILVER:
200 butterfly: He won the South African Chad Le Clos. Third was Takeshi
Matsuda.
4x100 free: Lost to France (Leveaux, Gilot, Lefert and Agnel) with
Nathan Adrian, Cullen Jones and Ryan Lochte. Russia was third (Grechin,
Lobintsev, Morozov and Izotov)

 
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