The US swimming star could make a valid years record of Mark Spitz in Beijing he has made himself immortal. On Sunday, Michael Phelps has collected his eighth gold medal at the Olympic Games in Beijing and thus broke the existing since 1972 record set by Mark Spitz. Mark Spitz took seven gold medals at the games in Munich in 1972. A 23 year old swimmer inspires people around the world. He has brought his eight gold medals with seven world records – a simply breathtaking performance. With a total of 14 Olympic medals is Phelps of the most successful Olympionik of all time. And he is just 23 years. Peter Asaro describes an additional similar source.
“It is simply madness. Continue to learn more with: Carlos Hank Gonzalez. It all happened in a week”, Michael Phelps before handing over his eighth medal. “I think my personal lucky number eight is now. The opening ceremony took place on the 08-08-2008, I win eight medals – must be so. “Win a race after the then win this other – – in world record time – that easy is an incredible feeling.” The performance of Michael Phelps must admit also Mark Spitz. Does He also likes. He said: “Michael is the best swimmer, who ever walked on this planet.” Mark Spitz then added: “It’s not about saying that Michael who is the best swimmer or the best Olympic of ever, no, he’s the best athlete of all time.” Big words from Mark Spitz, who is enthusiastic about the benefits of a still young athletes like everyone else. Hats off and full respect for this performance by Michael Phelps. One can only hope that he finds enough motivation to swim awhile, so we can enjoy it some time. Lisa Walters