He's been swimming since he was three but he has been non stop training for the Olympics since 2000. That was four years before the Olympics in Athens. So technically Michael Phelps has been training eight straight years for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
during the Olympics he was probably on taper so the extent of his workouts would be an early morning warm up swim to stretch out.
Since he was 15 years of age
so long. like 10 years
People in olympics train 40 hours a week
They have to train 3 years because the Olympics are every 4 years.
longer than his body-7 feet long.
If you mean how tall he is he is 6 ft 4"
You can be any age you want as long as you train HARD.
a day ...
It could be said that the Olympics are what fencers train for all their lives. However, they will train specifically for the Olympics as soon as they are officially on the team- about a year to a year and a half beforehand.
Started training when he was 10, started walking when he was 1.
Since he was 12 years of age.
He likes to relax after a long hard day of swim.
About 16 years
Long walks on the beach , candle lit dinners
36 years. His record for most gold medals won at a Summer Olympics (7) was set in 1972. It was broken by Michael Phelps, who won 8 gold medals, in 2008.
It depends how fast they swim, for Michael Phelps not long.
3 Months + 30 Days in Olympia it depends on the events there planning to do in the Olympics
200m butterfly = 1:42.96 (WR)
Because he has long legs and hands and is also thin. These are all advantages for a swimmer.