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Last Race of Michael Phelps Ended with 23 Career Gold and Olympic Record, See Full Results

Michael Phelps Toward his 23rd Olympic Medal in Men's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay

With 23 gold medals, and 28 medals total with men’s 4*100m medley relay, it’s no wonder why at age 31 Michael Phelps is being touted as the greatest Olympian of all time.

Michael Phelps may yet reverse his decision to call time on an unrivaled career after his last race of Rio 2016.

But the thousands of fans who traveled from across the world to be at the Aquatics Stadium tonight were not passing up their chance to salute the most decorated athlete in the history of the Games.

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Phelps and teammates Ryan Murphy, Cody Miller and Nathan Adrian set an Olympic record as they kept off Great Britain in what at first looked to be a close race.

But the fans would have raised the roof off the 15,000-seat venue regardless of tonight’s result in the men’s 4x100m medley relay.

In Rio, Phelps amazed again, winning four gold medals and a silver, four years after retiring from the sport he had already dominated for so long. While he says he is retiring again, speculation has already begun that he will return for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo at age 35.

Michael Phelps to swim last race alongside Ryan Murphy, Cody Miller and Nathan Adrian, Michael Phelps has won gold in all four of his events so far in Rio. The 31-year-old has cemented his legendary status by winning the 200-meter butterfly and 200-meter individual medley, along with both the 4×100 and 4×200-meter relays.

Phelps will participate in his final individual race on Friday night, and is expected to swim in his final team event on Saturday.

Here’s how you can watch Phelps in his final races of the Olympics. :- nbcolympics.com

Michael Phelps said earlier Saturday on a Facebook live broadcast that the race is the last of his storied career. Historically, the U.S. men have won gold in this event every time they’ve entered, dating back to the event’s debut in 1960.

  • World Record :-3:27.28, USA by Team USA in Rome2009
  • Olympic Record :-3:29.34, USA by Team USA in Beijing2008

Final Race Of Michael Phelps.

Final Results of 4*100m Medley relay Rio Olympics:-

Team USA:-3:27:95

Team Germany:-3:29:27

Team Australia:-3:29:93

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