Michael Phelps Continues to Make History; London 2012 Swimming Update

Michael Phelps london 2012

The American Michael Phelps is making history in the Olympics, won his medal now number 21 to clinch first place in the 100 meters butterfly.

The so-called “Jaws of Baltimore” clocked a time of 51.21 seconds to hang the gold medal, while Chad Le Clos African and Russian Evgeny Korotyshkin finished second with a time of 51.44 achieved the silver medal for the same tie no bronze medal was awarded.

With this result the U.S. continues to write its history in the Olympic Games with gold letters as one of the best athletes in their field, as the best and biggest winner of medals of all time.

Another noteworthy result of the day in the London 2012 Olympic pool, American Missy Franklin took the gold medal to make the best time in the 200 meters backstroke in the women’s competition.

Russia’s Anastasia Zueva took the silver medal and American Elizabeth Beisel finished in third place with what the United States made it 1-3 in this competition.

Franklin imposed new record in the competition to perform 2 minutes 4 seconds and 6/100 to overcome the mark by 0.75 seconds the Zimbabwean Kirsty Coventry who won the World Cup 2009 in Rome.

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