Anyone have any good shots of the Olympic Winner Michael Phelps?
Anyone have any good shots of the Olympic Winner Michael Phelps?
It always seems to me that Michael likes to be seen in his speedo. Very cute!
I always thought Michael Phelps wasn't the most attractive person from the neck up, but butterface or not, he's still got an AMAZING swimmers body.
he's sucha fuckin hottie.
he is one powerful sexy man
with a torso that is such a turn on
that's a great pic of him tman2210. his feet almost look like flippers, they're so damn long.
Great body but the mouth needs work, makes the whole face look unattractive.
wow,he has a hot little body.
he is sooooooooo hot!
what an overwhelming response guys...i just saw his new speedo commercial and was so compelled to see more...thanks
My all-time favorite...
Stone cold sober as a matter of fact.
absolutely love his body
would love to see him gliding through the water naked.
thanks tman2210 for my next desktop picture.
Anyone know if he's cut or uncut? Can you tell from the pic Buzzj posted? Can't quite make out the head of his cock.
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Oh, I love this man! So incredibly sexy!
Having worked with Michael at a few swimming events I can honestly say he is pretty damn hot in person and one of the nicest guys ever.
Okay, aarneil, that begs the question, have you seen the goods? Any gay vibe off of him? Spill the beans bro!
I remember Olympics 2004 I was crazy for him!
wow i didnt know so many people shared such a common interest as I...keep up the posts..
I don't get the attraction. His body is pretty nice (almost too skinny) and well his face isn't anything to write home about.
Am I missing something?
This is how he looks in clothes...
I just don't get it.
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I would say he is hot with google and swimming cap on. Other than that, he is just normal
Butter face........but amazing body!
***missin' my jub*** xoxo
He is hott. I think he has a cute face....his body is amazing...and yes the fact that he is also a swimmer and a damn good one makes him even more hotter!
Another Day, Another Record for Phelps
Thursday, March 29, 2007 4:29 PM EDT
The Associated Press
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Six weeks ago, Michael Phelps showed up for a swim meet in America's heartland, sporting a goatee and unkempt hair that barely fit under his skincap. Then, he went out and set a world record.
"Right then and there, I thought something special could happen this year," Phelps said Thursday.
Boy, was he on the mark. Phelps set his third world record in many days at the world swimming championships, wiping out the field in the 200-meter individual medley at Rod Laver Arena.
Phelps came home in 1 minute, 54.98 seconds, easily bettering his own mark of 1:55.84 set last August at the Pan Pacific championships. Just as he did in the other record-breaking swims, he jumped out to a quick lead and snuffed out all hope for those who dove in the pool with him.
"Why stop something that works?" Phelps said, not requiring an answer.
The 21-year-old phenomenon — or "mutant," as teammate Tara Kirk referred to him — is still on course to go eight-for-eight at these championships, reaching the midway point of his grueling schedule with four golds to his name.
"There is nobody out there like him," said Jon Urbanchek, a longtime American coach. "Right now, Michael stands by himself."
C'mon, surely he compares with another athlete of this era. Tiger Woods surely comes to mind. Or maybe Roger Federer.
"He's more like Michael Jordan," Urbanchek said. "He's way out there."
Phelps' personal coach, Bob Bowman, began to sense last month that his star pupil was on the verge of a landmark accomplishment Down Under.
At an off-the-radar meet in Missouri, Phelps was "not in a really strong racing state" for the 200 fly. This was a warmup, pure and simple, a chance to hone some techniques for Melbourne. Heck, he didn't even bother shaving down in true swimmer fashion.
And still, he broke his own world record.
"That was unexpected. That wasn't part of the script," Urbanchek said. "When he put that swim in, everyone knew the big one was coming here."
Did it ever.
Phelps led off a gold-medal showing the 400 free relay with a time that would have been good enough to win individually in the 100 free Thursday night.
Then he took down Ian Thorpe's six-year-old record in the 200 free, becoming the first swimmer in history to break 1:44.
Then he shattered the 200 fly record by a staggering 1.62 seconds, the biggest margin in 48 years.
Then he wiped out his own mark in the 200 individual medley by 0.86 seconds, another staggering margin in a sport that's usually measured in the hundredths.
"Michael is just out of reach," said Hungary's Laszlo Cseh, who settled for the bronze in the latest race.
Get ready for another round of hype. It appears the Beijing Olympics will be ruled by the same athlete who dominated the Athens Games, where Phelps won six golds and eight medals overall.
Those six golds, or course, were one short of Mark Spitz's landmark record at Munich in 1972. Phelps hasn't let go of is desire to take down Spitz — nothing personal, Mark — and he's using Melbourne to determine if his body can hold up to such an imposing schedule one more time.
By all accounts, it can.
"This is way better than Athens," Bowman said. "If you look at Athens, he broke a world record the first night. After that, he kept winning but he was not doing as good at times. I think he knows what he's doing more. He's marshaling his energy much better."
On Friday, Phelps will return to the pool for preliminaries in the only race that seems to hold any chance of tripping up his eight-wins-in-eight-days plan. Fellow American Ian Crocker holds the world record in the 100 fly with an astonishing time of 50.40 at the last world championships in Montreal.
In fact, Crocker is the only swimmer in history to break 51 seconds, doing it three times in all. Phelps briefly held the world record during the 2003 worlds in Barcelona at 51.10, but he hasn't been able to beat that mark in the past four years.
Then again, Phelps did edge an ailing Crocker by four-hundredths of a second to win gold at the Athens Olympics. And the way things are going in Melbourne, anything seems possible.
"On Ian's best day, he's very, very hard to beat," said another American star, backstroker Aaron Peirsol. "Yeah, Michael is getting faster. But no one is faster than Ian. Mike comes home well. So can Ian. It's going to be a good race. I know they are looking forward to it, both of them. Nobody is giving it to anybody yet."
Pressed for a prediction, Peirsol hemmed and hawed before declaring, "I hope they tie."
Also left on the agenda: A pair of relays in which the Americans are favored to win gold, most likely with Phelps as part of the team. There's also the 400 individual medley, in which Phelps already is the world record holder.
Which leaves the 100 fly, where Crocker has to be considered the favorite.
"I'm excited to get in the water and race Ian," Phelps said. "I've shown that I have more speed now than I've really ever had. Hopefully, this is the time where he doesn't beat me by a body length in the 100. Time will tell, but I'm definitely feeling strong in the water."
Phelps used to have a picture of Crocker hanging in his bedroom, a sign of just how much he wanted to beat his butterfly rival. It came down after he moved to Michigan, but that doesn't mean the motivation has waned at all.
"Somebody asked me the other day, 'Is Michael doing the 100 fly?'" Bowman said. "That's the main event he wants to do.
"In all the others, everyone is shooting at him. This is the one event where he gets to have some fun. If he wins, great. If he doesn't, great. He's just going for a best time. It's just a different dynamic than the others, when you're the best and everyone wants to beat you."
So far, no one has been able to beat Phelps.
No one has even come close.
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You guys may not follow swimming but there are some hotties at the 2007 World Aquatic Championships...including Phelps and my new crush Mateusz Sawrymowicz!!
Yeah Michael is hot but to me Ian Thorpe is like a million times hotter...and I bet he has a huge uncut Aussie cock! Rumor also has it that he's a friend of Dorothys! yummy from head to toe!
but, you hit the nail on the head by pointing out his body - take off his shirt, stick him in a speedo, and my tongue goes wagging (that "time" cover he did in 2004 was spooge-worthy). i mean, this is an athlete's body, not some overworked, grossly huge, steroid-enhanced, gym-bunny body.
and beyond that, this is a multi-olympic-gold-medal-winning/world champion/standout/superstar athlete. and, on top of that, he's multi-olympic-gold-medal/world champion/standout/superstar swimmer. and you know us gay guys - we can't resist a hot swimmers body.
i certainly gravitate towards men with swimmers builds because, for me, it's the best of two worlds - lean and muscular.
phelps is a superstar swimmer, the best in the world. and so, by extension, his swimmer's body can, to some degree, be considered the BEST swimmer's body in the world.
so, sure, his physical appearance, neck-up, seems average. and his ears are a little big (although, in my book, i think they make him even more cute).
but, take his clothes off, stick those gold medals around his neck, and remind yourself that this guy has the competitive swimming world creaming their pants as he continues to set world records at an incredible, super-human pace...
take the sum of all that, and hopefully you'll see why so many of us get rock hard thinking about him in his tight, record-breaking speedos.
I have long thought that Michael Phelps is a great looking man. I came across a recent photo of him. I cannot believe how well he has matured. Can anyone else direct me to recent photos of him?
In the eyes of God, all men are beautiful!
Looks like he's gonna slap away that girl's hand. Guys don't have nails like that, hopefully.
Proof that men are like fine wines and get better with age! Damn, he just gets finer and finer! The next several years should be fun in watching him!
he's so fuckin sexy.
i LOVE the facial hair.
and how u can kinda see his pubes.
yea... THATS HOTT.
smokin' body. i love his tattoos!
He was on Leno last week (with the cheerleader from "Heroes"), and was soooooooo sweet and sexy (and hot!).
I agree. Was always a sexy guy...but I like him better with the body and facial hair Thanks for posting pic link.
... I'm not really sure about Michael Phelps. I still prefer the other speedo hottie, Ian Thorpe. But, as they say, to each his own.
God those tattoos are sexy i wish he would let that speedo slide down just a little bit more!
imagine waking up to the sight, smell and feel of a supremely masculine body like that...
it boggles my gay mind...
and now i have a boner. haha.
i liked him with less hair but that little bit of chest hair and gotee could work
the body is amazing
and his results are amazing
successful and sexy