Michael Phelps austere that he will stay retired





Michael Phelps binds behind tears as he reflects on his career and his accomplishments in Rio.

Michael Phelps was regularly pulpy by Today show horde Matt Lauer, though a many achieved swimmer in Olympic history didn’t budge.

“Done. Done. Done,” Phelps said Monday, repeating what he pronounced when he retired after a 2012 London Games. “This time we meant it. We talked progressing in a year and we wanted to come behind and finish my career how we wanted. This was a cherry on tip of a cake we wanted.”


“The biggest thing between now and London was that we was some-more romantic during these games and that showed on camera,” Phelps said. “I knew this was a final time, a final competition I’d ever have, a final Olympics I’d ever have.”

Lauer pronounced he has doubts.

“I have a feeling it’s not,” Lauer said. “I don’t know why. we have a feeling it’s not.”

Phelps hauled in 5 bullion medals and a china in a Rio Games. That brought his career Olympic sum to a record 23 golds, and 28 medals overall. Lauer done one final run during Phelps regulating a difference from associate American swimmer, Ryan Lochte, who guaranteed Friday that Phelps would contest a 2020 Tokyo Games.

Phelps didn’t waver.

“He competence be there,” Phelps said. “I won’t. I’ll be there watching, entertaining people on. we won’t be in a pool.”

The talk sealed with Phelps, 31, reminded that he’s one of a comparison statesmen of swimming.

“We all looked adult to him when we were 6 years old,” four-time Rio bullion medalist Katie Ledecky said. “I didn’t meant it like that.”

Phelps glared during Ledecky, lowered his conduct and laughed.

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