Boomer Phelps is getting a brother or sister.
Baltimore-native swimming legend is enjoying life outside of the pool, from the new experiences of fatherhood to being a brand ambassador and a hopeful angel investor. However, he hasn’t entirely ruled out the possibility of unretiring for a second time.
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U.S. Paralympic swimmer Brad Snyder made Baltimore proud last night, setting a world record and winning his fifth career gold medal in Rio de Janeiro.
This week, Towson University diving coach Maureen Mead was indicted for felony interception of communication, as well as misdemeanors for “peeping Tom” and tampering with evidence. The charges stem from an investigation into a cell phone found in the women’s locker room at the school.
Baltimore swimmers continue to blaze through the pool. Giles Smith, a McDonogh School alum, took down an eight-year-old record in the 100 butterfly at the Pan-American Games this week.
Michael Phelps doesn’t appear to be letting his Baltimore DUI arrest derail his plans to return to the Olympics. The swimming legend plans to jump right back into the pool right after his suspension from USA Swimming is over.