Olympic icon Michael Phelps was recently on-hand in Dubai to help open one of his sponsor’s new stores. At 700 square feet, the Dubai Mall will now be home to Under Armour’s largest retail outlet, with the brand being one of Phelps’ most lucrative ambassadorship deals. The retired Phelps spoke to the attendees of the store opening event, covering a range of topics including his most recent Olympic experience, becoming a father and his advocacy for mental health.
Marwan el-Kamash has Egypt in unfamiliar territory as the most successful African nation at the 2017 World Championships. That title has typically belonged to South Africa, a nation not always deep, but usually boasting a handful of medal contenders and finalists and occasionally a stellar relay or two. But a pair of key scratches from South Africa’s top two swimmers (Cameron van der Burgh in yesterday’s 100 breast and Chad le Clos in today’s 200 free) have opened the door to Egypt.
Michael PhelpsÂ of North Baltimore Aquatic Club rose to the challenge put forth by Chad Le Clos, after the South African’s 50.56Â gold-medal performance in the 100m butterfly earlier today at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan. After hisÂ 200m butterfly in last night’s final session, Phelps postedÂ yet another World-leading time, this time winning the U.S. National title in the 100m flyÂ with 50.45. Phelps eclipsedÂ Le Clos’ World ChampionshipsÂ time by .11.
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Selecting a term
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