Look how happy he is to be shirtless for all of us right now. Was there even a basketball game going on? Check out the hottest fashion, photos, movies and TV shows! Wearing his 18 gold medals and a Chippendales, 12 a summer school student taking swim lessons at the pool at Poly High School. Time gold medal olympian, michael Phelps jumps into the pool at Poly High School where his swim school is giving swim lessons to summer school students.
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Ian James Thorpe , AM born 13 October is an Australian retired  swimmer who specialised in freestyle , but also competed in backstroke and the individual medley. He has won five Olympic gold medals, the most won by any Australian. With three gold and two silver medals, Thorpe was the most successful athlete at the Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Thorpe announced his retirement from competitive swimming in November , citing waning motivation;  he made a brief comeback in and In total, Thorpe has won eleven World Championship gold medals; this is the third-highest number of gold medals won by any swimmer. His athletic achievements made him one of Australia's most popular athletes, and he was recognised as the Young Australian of the Year in
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The Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe, whose five-medal performance at the Olympics in Sydney captivated his country and served as powerful motivation for a young Michael Phelps, has revealed in an Australian television interview that he is gay. Thorpe, a two-time Olympian and a nine-time Olympic medalist, made the acknowledgment in a sit-down interview to be broadcast Sunday night. He shares a manager with Michael Parkinson, who conducted the interview. Thorpe, 31, a public figure since he burst onto the international scene at the Pan Pacific Championships as a year-old, has been treated recently for depression and alcohol abuse. Thorpe retired in , when he was