Olympic Series 3 Race of Grace Parallels :Turn That Weakness To Strength

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Olympic Series 3 Race of Grace Parallels :Turn That Weakness To Strength

Post  fennywest on Tue 31 Jul 2012, 11:47 pm

London 2012: Michael Phelps has officially become the greatest Olympian ever after winning his 19th medal in the 4x200m relay. Photograph: Tom Jenkins

Michael Phelps made history
As Monarch of the Pool
Colossus of Swimmers
The Greatest Olympian
Raised by a single mum
Despite HDHD
Weakness turned into strength
Ending Larisa’s reign
Undeniable feat
Unprecedented feat
Remarkable prowess
Baltimore boy crown

Turn that weakness to strength

It was the first time Phelps had failed to win a medal in an Olympic final since his debut at the age of 15 in 2000. At those Olympics in Sydney, Phelps's mother, Debbie, knew that his diagnosed ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder) was helped by a total immersion in swimming. His anger towards his father, Fred, who had separated from his mother, was also soothed in the pool.
"I've always felt most at home in the water," Phelps once said at the height of his powers. "I disappear from the world. That's where I belong."

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