Phelps has been an anchor of this site thanks to his Olympic greatness , so for that we offer this belated celebration of his basket and bulge. These should only add to his legacy. The Summer Olympics may be over for now, but the Winter Olympics are about to begin again.
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Michael Phelps may be stripped of his Olympic medals after pictures of him stripping for Louis Vuitton were leaked on the internet. Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps may not be the most decorated Olympian for long. During the London Summer Olympics, Phelps took over the title of the most decorated Olympian after finishing on the competitions with 22 medals. Phelps also holds the record for the most amount of gold medals ever won in a single Games with double that of the next highest gold medalist. Phelps agreed to pose for Louis Vuitton for an advertisement. The pictures reveal Phelps wearing nothing but a Speedo and his goggles while he glares seductively at the camera from a tub of water. The law stipulated that Olympic athletes are not permitted to pose for non-Olympic ads from July 18 to Aug. Phelps may be in the clear if Vuitton can prove that the photos, snapped by famed photographer Anne Leibovitz- someone who also brought controversy to Miley Cyrus- were leaked by an outside individual and not intended to be released until Aug. However, if the company intentionally leaked the photos, then Phelps may have a date with the Olympics committee, and this time it won't be in his honor.
By Charlie Carballo For Mailonline. He has a very toned body thanks to hours in swimming pools which led to multiple Olympic wins. But for some reason Michael Phelps felt the need to remind his fans once again that he's very muscular. In an Instagram photo shared on Thursday, the year-old athlete posed with his girlfriend Nicole Johnson and friends in front of a festive Christmas tree. No clothes here for this Olympian: Michael Phelps, his girlfriend Nicole Johnson and companions looked festive in a holiday photo posted on Christmas Eve.
Purdy, who recently competed on ABC's Dancing With the Stars , opens up about becoming an amputee and her career trajectory in an interview with the publication's website. Within 24 hours, I was in the hospital on life support, and I was given less than a 2 percent chance of living. It took five days for the doctors to find out that I had contracted bacterial meningitis. I ended up losing my legs below the knees from septic shock," Purdy, now 34, recalls. After being in a coma for two and a half weeks, doctors placed Purdy on life support. Purdy got up on a snowboard about seven months after she lost her legs.