18 gold medals, 2 silvers and 2 bronzes🏅 & several world records - the legendary Michael Phelps' Olympic record🙌 is nothing short of phenomenal. Perhaps he's the greatest Olympian ever😲. But he's not done yet. Phelps is back to swim🏊 one last stroke in Rio before calling curtains on what would be a glorious career✨. Incidentally, Phelps had retired after breaking the record for most number Olympic Golds and medals by an athlete in London 2012🎉 before his life took a turn for the worst. After slipping into depression😟, he was caught for drunken driving multiple times and had to undergo rehab in a facility🙆. He announced his comeback in 2014 and overcame a 6⃣-month suspension to blaze to victory✌ in the US nationals and then made history becoming the first male American swimmer👌 ever to qualify for five Olympic Games by beating Ryan Lochte in the Olympic trials.
Phelps is already a legend⭐ and the 31-year-old will have no pressure on him in Rio. Expect him to set the pools in Rio on fire🔥 (literally) and retire in style❗