RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – With the 2016 Summer Olympics drawing to a close, one thing has been made abundantly clear: Nobody swims through sewage faster than Michael Phelps.
Phelps added to his all-time Olympic gold medal haul (23) by rocketing past the competition in a variety of races through the sewage-laced Brazilian waters of the Rio Olympics, shattering all known sewage-related swimming records in the process.
“I’ve never seen anybody both willing and able to swim through sewage that way,” noted NBC color commentator Bob Barfly while covering one of Phelps’ gold medal winning performances in the slimy, stinky waters of Rio de Janiero. “I can’t imagine that Phelps’ performance will ever be matched.”
“At least not by anyone with any sense of smell or feeling.”
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