Does the SEC Replace the NCAA and Become College Athletics? | CBS Sports HQ




The Olympics, Michael Phelps and You

The Olympic Games are a perfect example of how determination and perseverance can lead to success in any area of life. Michael Phelps’ success is a clear example of this. Having a coach can speed the process to excel as we get helped with clarity, setting smart goals and accountability for keeping ourselves focused and remain on target.

Olympic Summer Games – XXIX, Beijing 2008 – Michael Phelps’ Quest For Gold

While watching the 2008 Olympic games I digressed to the Super Bowl game a few months back. The words I used to describe the Giants victory over New England was Destiny, Fate, Unbelievable, Miraculous. The Giants performance in that game, as unbelievable as it may have been at the time, does not begin to do just justice to the incredible, unprecedented feat that was accomplished by Michael Phelps in the 2008 Olympic games.

Michael Phelps – Greatest Olympian

Beijing China 2008 could be the year of the greatest Olympian athlete in Olympic history. Michael Phelps born June 30, 1985 in Baltimore Maryland was born to break world records and win gold medals. Phelps co-starred in “Unfiltered”, the first behind the scenes documentary in the sport of swimming. On a mission to grow the sport Phelps has helped grow the popularity and has played an integral role in the creation of swimroom website, the sports first social networking site where swimmers across the globe have a place to regularly communicate.

2008 Summer Olympics – Michael Phelps Gold Standard of Eat, Swim and Sleep

How is it possible for one young man to win so many Olympic gold medals? Is he genetically engineered better? Is he more intelligent? Is he a god-send for America? Well, I will not speculate on any of those things, but one reoccurring theme is how much food he eats, how often he swims and why sleep is so important for this swim superstar.

The Real Face of the Beijing Olympics

The anticipation of the Beijing Olympics was palpable – and the spectacular opening ceremonies, at the impressive Bird’s Nest, proved it was well worth the wait. Yet the ideals of the summer games are also well represented behind the scenes.

What the Athletes Are Eating

I was recently watching an interview with Michael Phelps, gold medal Olympic swimmer, and was shocked to find out how many calories he is advised to eat each day. While the average person should consume somewhere between 1,500 and 2,500 per day, this athlete takes in anywhere from 8,000 to 10,000 every day!

Michael Phelps Facts – Already a Gold Medal Millionaire Ready to Become a Billionaire

If you were to count Michael Phelps worth in gold he is valued at about Three million. In fact the 2008 Olympics are in all probability worth ten times that amount of money per year. That information is one reason why the current crop of Olympic athletes begin their quest for Olympic gold at an early age.

Michael Phelps Facts – Top 10 Must Know Facts About Michael Phelps

Now that he has set the world on fire with his stellar performance in the 2008 Beijing Olympics whats left for young Michael Phelps? Here are the Top 10 Must Know Michael Phelps Facts.

Michael Phelps Swimming in the Olympics – The Eighth Wonder of the World

If you are not aware of who Michael Phelps is you must be living in a cave! His recent stupendous performance at the 2008 Beijing Olympics has caused a stirring of national and world pride in the accomplishment of this 23 year old man.

Omega Watches and the 2008 Olympics – A Record Relationship

I’m sure you’ve seen the prominent place Omega Watches at the Olympics in Beijing, China. Omega is the official timekeeper for the 2008 Olympics. This is the 23rd time that Omega has held this position the first of which was in the 1932 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.

Abhinav Bhindras’ Gold Medal in Beijing Olympics, 2008 – Its Impact on India

Abhinav Bhindras’ individual feat in the 10 m air rifle shooting in Beijing Olympics, 2008, fetched him the coveted gold medal for India ending a long drought of 28 years. Though Abhinav’s gold is hailed as a monumental achievement for India and one in a billion, the feat may not add any spurt in the Indian sports, since air rifle shooting is not a popular game in India.

You May Also Like