Michael Phelps sets another new World Record for 100 Meter Butterfly Race

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[Best Syndication News] Michael Phelps swam his way to a new world record for the 100 meters butterfly race on Saturday, which makes him successful at breaking thirty-six world records in swimming.

Phelps 100 m Butterfly race set the new world record with a time of 0:49.82 in Rome, Italy at the World Championships.

Phelps was on a winning streak and record breaking swimming at the World Championships and also had broken two other world records.

On July 29th Phelps broke the world record for the 200 m Butterfly with a time of 1:51.51.

On July 31st Phelps broke the world record for the 4x200 m Freestyle Relay with a time of 6:58.55.

Phelps has won 5 gold medals at the 2009 World Swimming Championships.

Phelps won the most gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. And is the most for one person to win at one single Olympics.

By: Dusty Rhodes

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Phelps Shatters 200-meter Butterfly World Record YouTube Video



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