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For many of Michael Phelps’s Olympic career, life was a array of soaring highs and abrasive lows. He lerned forever in shade for 4 years, all for a brief detonate of glory, bullion medals, and tellurian press —and afterwards once a games were through, behind to obscurity. It’s not only Phelps, a many flashy Olympian ever with 23 bullion medals, who suffers this rollercoaster though many veteran athletes opposite each sport.
Retired from veteran swimming, Phelps now turns his high appetite and relentless expostulate to 3 pivotal causes — building his business brand, flourishing his substructure that focuses on H2O reserve and H2O conservation, and lifting a veil, and a stigma, off a depression that hits many chosen athletes. Phelps joined The Forbes Interview podcast to speak about life after a Olympics, his new float competition fit he’s about to launch, how his Michael Phelps Foundation is partnering with Colgate to foster H2O conservation, and how a male who never missed a pool examination in 5 years is adjusting to municipal life on land. (hint: lots of cycling).