Olympics: Michael Phelps seeks closure in final races of decorated career
Olympics » Set to retire, swimmer is finally “having fun.”
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What matters is absorbing the final, emotional moments of a career that has made Phelps perhaps the greatest Olympian in history.
It’s not something he would say, not with a week’s worth of racing ahead.
But even before he leaps off the starting block in London, many sense Phelps will be the greatest by the time these Games come to a close.
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