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Michael Phelps Net Worth

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Michael Phelps net worth:
$55 Million

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Michael Phelps net worth & biography:

The best and probably the most successful swimmer within the background Michael Phelps net-worth is said to have estimate of 45 million dollars. Olympic Gold Medals have been achieved fourteen by michael Phelps.

Michael Phelps Net Worth – 45 Million Dollars

 

Produced in 1985 in Baltimore, Maryland, Michael Phelps began to become interested in when he was 7 yrs. old swimming. Currently, lots of folks started recognizing his true potential within this activity region. He went to trials for the Olympic Summer Team in 2000, when he was just fifteen years of age and was selected to compete inside. Such achievements raise Michael Phelps net-worth a lot, also. In addition, it’s been declared that to date Michael Phelps has broken 37 world-records in swimming. People believe he will split eve more of these. This perception may originate from the undeniable fact that during the very first two Olympic Games where the swimmer participated he won seventeen medals. Throughout his all career in swimming, he’s won over 20 medals. Michael Phelps can be regarded as as one of the participants in Olympic Games who won all the trophies. In 2008 Olympics his performance was so effective that because of it the journal Sports Illustrated gave the honour to him of the Sportsman of the Full year. However, his parents divorced and his dad married another girl. Michael Phelps started to become interested into swim as a result of sway of his own sisters and additionally he saw it as somewhere to discharge his energy. Should you have a look at Michael Phelps net-worth, a choice to take swimming lessons was a well-thought of.


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YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2013Blimp AwardKids' Choice Awards, USAFavorite Male Athlete
2013Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice Male Athlete


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#Fact
1Estimated net worth is $75 million.
2Signed endorsement deals with Under Armour, Visa Wheaties, among others.
3Good friends with fellow U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte.
4Won five gold medals and one silver medal at the 2016 Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro.
5Won the Silver Medal 100 Butter Fly race in a three way tie at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics 2016.
6Was photographed by a friend smoking marijuana at a party (February 2009).
7Announced on Instagram and Twitter that his fiancée Nicole Johnson, Miss California USA of 2010, is expecting their first child, a boy. [November 18, 2015].
8Kris Humphries was second in the nation to Phelps in four age 10 and under boys swim events.
9He is of English, as well as Irish, German, Scottish, and Welsh, ancestry.
10Appeared in an infomercial hosted by Tracy Gallagher and Duane Sider for the "Rosetta Stone" language learning software. [2008]
11Resting up a sore back at home and getting ready to start training at University of Michigan. [October 2004]
12Baltimore, Maryland [November 2008]
13Four-time Olympian (2012, 2008, 2004, 2000).
1422 Olympic Games medals (18 Gold, 2 Silver, 2 Bronze).
1533 World Champs LCM medals (26 Gold, 6 Silver, 1 Bronze).
16Phelps came in second to Ryan Lochte in the 400-meter individual medley qualifying race. Both men claimed the first two spots on the 2012 Olympic swim team to be held in London, England. With this qualifying, Phelps holds the record for men for going to four Olympics in swimming representing the United States.
17Has double-jointed knees and elbows, which plays a role in his famous dolphin-like kick in the water.
18Swims about five hours a day and eats up to 10,000 calories a day.
19He has the prototypical swimmer body, he has an extremely long torso; that of a 6 foot 8 person. Whereas his legs are shorter, only that of a 6 foot person. This helps him keep his head above water in his signature event, the 100M butterfly.
20Made history at the Beijing Olympic Games when he became the first athlete in history to win 8 gold medals at a single Olympic game. He also broke the record for the most Olympic medals won, bring his total from his 3 Olympic appearances to 16.
21Grew up in the Rodgers Forge section of Towson, Maryland, just outside of Baltimore.
22Has won 17 titles at World Championships between 2001 and 2007.
23World Swimmer of the Year in 2003, 2004 and 2006.
24Graduated from Towson High School (2003).
25His feet have been referred to as "fins" by the media, because he wears a size 14 shoe. His wing span measures in at 6 foot 7 inches.
26Winner of the "Sports - Choice Athlete (male)" category at the 2005 Teen Choice Awards.
27"Phelps Flys", winning 8 medals at the 2004 Olympics, was ranked #17 in TV Guide's list of the "25 Most Awesome Sports Moments (of the last 15 years)". [17 July 2005 issue]
28Attending the University of Michigan (2004)
29Became the youngest male swimmer ever to set a world record at the age of 15 years and nine months, breaking the record in the 200m butterfly.
30His sister, Whitney Phelps, was a member of the 1995 World Championship team.
31First person under one minute and 55 seconds in 200m fly with world record swim.
32HAD a street named after him in his hometown Towson, Maryland.
33He was the youngest male Olympian since 1932 (he was only 15 when he made it in the 2000 Olympics).
34Sponsors: Speedo, Omega, AT&T, Powerbar, Visa, Argent Mortgage
35He won 6 gold and 2 bronze medals at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece.
36Parents: Fred and Debbie Phelps (divorced).
37Siblings: 2 sisters, Whitney Phelps (born in 1978) and Hilary Phelps (born in 1980).

#Quote
1[on investing in Tech entrepreneurship] I would love to get involved, whether it's in a couple little startups here and there, take a little risk, have some fun and see where it goes.
2[His definite decision to retire after the 2016 Olympics] This is over. This is it.
3[Tuesday, August 12, 2008 & 3rd gold medal] I wanted to jump on the first 100 just to see what happened. The guys in the middle of the pool really wouldn't be able to see me. By the time they did, hopefully I had enough ground where I could hold them off.
4[Monday, August 11th, 2008, gold medal # 2: quote to Bob Bowman] This morning, (Coach) Bob (Bowman) had said the French was saying some stuff, talking a little bit of trash. It fired me up more than anyone else.
5[after winning 1st of 8 gold medals, Sunday August 10th, 2008] I wasn't comfortable after the first 200. I think it made my breaststroke stronger ... coming home in the freestyle it's all adrenaline.
6[Sunday, August 16th, 2008 after winning 8th gold medal in 8th event, the 4 by 200 surpassing Mark Spitz's, seven gold medals in 1972] It's been such an unbelievable roller coaster. It's been such an unbelievable ride. With so many people saying it couldn't be done, all it took was a little imagination. I don't know what to feel right now. It's so emotional. All I want to do is see my mom.
7[After tying Mark Spitz's record of 7 gold medals in Munich, 1972, on Saturday, August 16th, 2008] When I did chop the last stroke, I thought that had cost me the race.But it was actually the opposite. If I had glided, I would have been way too long. I took short, faster strokes to try to get my hand on the wall. I ended up making the right decision.
8[Friday, August 14th, 2008, 6th gold medal after 200 meter individual medley] I had no time. The (gold) medal was in my warm-up jacket.
9[Wednesday, August 13th, 2008, after relay win of 4 by 200 meter, shortly after 200 meter butterfly (solo) & 5th gold medal] We wanted to break seven minutes. That was our goal going into today. ... It definitely feels good to be the first group, first country to ever dip the seven-minute barrier.
10[Wednesday, August 13th, 2008, 4th gold medal after 200 meter butterfly win] I couldn't see anything for the last 100, my goggles were pretty much filling up with water. To be honest, I was having trouble seeing the walls.
11[on competing in the London Olympics, 2012] It's hard to compare myself now to 2008. My goals are different. This is the closure. It's really, how many toppings do I want on my sundae?
12If I go to the beach, I don't go in the ocean. I spend enough time in the water.
13I listen to Eminem on my headphones. I don't know the name of it but I think that just listening to that fires me up. It's working so far I just hope it keeps up.
14I have my family and friends, so really I'm just another high school kid.
15Winning the gold in Greece was a dream come true but going on this tour with Ian and Lenny and meeting the young swimming stars of tomorrow has been simply incredible.

#Trademark
1Eight For Eight in 2008!
2The Condor Flap: to loosen up for a swimming competition, he bends over and flaps his long arms up and down like a large bird.
3His black Cadillac Escalade
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