Phelps kicks off 27th birthday in 1st in 100M butterfly prelims
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Phelps kicks off 27th birthday in 1st in 100M butterfly prelims

Baltimore : OH : USA | Jun 30, 2012 at 11:37 AM PDT
Source: Baltimore Sun
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Phelps said he just wanted to get into the second heat of the evening semifinals to buy himself an extra three minutes or so to recover from his other event, the 200-meter individual medley final. Download The Baltimore Sun's new iPhone app. "All the extra time is always good," he said. "I'm happy with... FULL ARTICLE AT Baltimore Sun
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