Michael Phelps Doesn’t Lose Much
Michael Phelps has no time for your swim suit complaints. He’s too busy following up surprise losses with world record wins. While the LZR irony is still out there, as long as Phelps continues his winning ways, it shifts towards the “out of sight, out of mind” side. This time, Phelps dominated the 200-meter butterfly, winning with a time of 1:51.51.
The previous record time was 1:52.03.
Not only did Phelps set another record, his 34th, he also surpassed Mark Spitz again. This time, it was for the most world-record-breaking performances. Spitz had 33 in his career.