Michael Phelps: Beneath the Surface
Sports Publishing L.L.C., Jan 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 228 pages
Eight medals, including six gold and two bronze. Michael Phelps used the Olympic Games in Athens as his breakout event. Already known in the swimming world for the summer of 2003 when he set seven world records in 41 days, Michael's record-tying medal haul made him a mainstream name. He's well on his way to his ambitious goal of "changing the sport of swimming," but despite Michael's pre-eminence in the pool, his story is not a swimming diary but a take of adversities overcome and redemption through persistence.
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Review: Michael Phelps: Beneath the SurfaceUser Review - Mark McTighe - Goodreads
I wasn't expecting that...... An honest and interesting book, just one gripe. My copy had a flash of red on the front with the words including London 2012, well, don't believe it, it's a lie. Read full review
Review: Michael Phelps: Beneath the SurfaceUser Review - Emily Correia - Goodreads
This book is by far one of the best books that i have ever read in middle school. Michael's story is funny, suspenseful, and down-right sad at certain times. But, as you can see, everything that ever ... Read full review