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Phelps To Come Out Of Retirement Next Week, Could Compete In '16 Summer Games

04 / 15 / 14

U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps is returning to competition next week in a "move that could lead" to him participating in the '16 Rio Games, according to a front-page piece by Marbella & Klingaman of the Baltimore SUN. Phelps will compete in the Arena Grand Prix, held in Mesa, Ariz., April 24-26, in...

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12/21/95
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12/21/95
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12/20/95
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