Greatest Do Not Always Want To Be Great, Says Michael Phelps

Greatest Do Not Always Want To Be Great, Says Michael Phelps

From a child who suffered from ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) to becoming the most successful Olympian ever with 28 medals, swimmer Michael Phelps has shown what it means to be a winner in sports and life. Once caught for substance abuse, the retired swimming great is now pushing for a healthy and active living. The mission has brought him to India, a country that has no swimming legacy. Phelps inspired the next generation by saying, being great doesn't mean he always wanted to do it.

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