Michael Phelps: Crunching The Numbers In Just One Turn Of An Omega Seamaster

Michael Phelps - from a ragout of the Omega Lifetime Magazine; inset, the special Michael Phelps edition Seamaster

The career of Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian in history, is celebrated in numbers at the heart of the latest and “Family Edition” of Omega Lifetime Magazine. Under a headline, “Number One”, that stands in contrast to a bizarre ESPN “Dominant 20” in which the sports media giant “crunches the numbers” on the most winning athletes of the past two decades but leaves out a man  with 23 gold atop 28 Olympic medals, this author crunches some other numbers. On World Water Day, a good moment to recall some of those that make up one turn of the Omega ambassador’s aquatic clock.

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The career of Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian in history, is celebrated in numbers at the heart of the latest and “Family Edition” of Omega Lifetime Magazine. Under a headline, “Number One”, that stands in contrast to a bizarre ESPN “Dominant 20” in which the sports media giant “crunches the numbers” on the most winning athletes of the past two decades but leaves out a man  with 23 gold atop 28 Olympic medals, this author crunches some other numbers. On World Water Day, a good moment to recall some of those that make up one turn of the Omega ambassador’s aquatic clock.

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