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Originally posted 08/07/2012 09:15AM
It's safe to say they both would look just fine in their Speedo swimwear.
Taking their romance from the dating pool to the red carpet, Michael Phelps stepped out with rumored girlfriend (and aspiring model) Megan Rossee Monday night for the Speedo Athlete Celebration in London, where he put the final touches on his 22-medal career at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
The couple, who began quietly dating in January, according to reports, were all smiles as they posed together at the Kensington Roof Gardens.
Originally posted 08/06/2012 03:00PM
Is Michael Phelps diving into the dating pool?
After collecting a record 22 Olympic medals, the swimming phenom was spotted in London with a beautiful blonde, identified by several media sites as aspiring model Megan Rossee, 25, from Los Angeles.
Rossee, who posted an Instagram photo of them together Sunday evening with the caption "Yay Michael," has been quietly seeing Phelps, 27, since January, Hollyscoop reports, accompanying him to the Olympic Trials as well as the Games.
Originally posted 08/06/2012 02:00PM
The XXX Olympiad, also known as NBC's Summer Televisiad, is now halfway to its Aug. 12 conclusion. Apart from the athletes, who and what are the winners and losers?
Originally posted 08/06/2012 01:00PM
Johnny Weir is fabulous. The figure skater, who placed sixth in the 2010 Winter Olympics, has been skating professionally since he was 12 and is no stranger to fierce competition – and fantastic costumes! With winning routines set to hits by Lady Gaga, the sparkle-loving athlete also recently married and now will blog for PEOPLE.com with the same fun energy he brings to the ice.
I love the Olympic Games.
The Olympics are an event that few can fathom but all can enjoy and that's why athletes work our whole lives to put on the greatest show on earth. My hope from this Olympic Games is that people don't lose faith in the Olympic movement.
Originally posted 08/04/2012 05:05PM
Michael Phelps and Missy Franklin have done it again!
Both swimmers struck gold in their final races in the London Games.
As part of the American 400M-medley relay team – which included Matt Grevers, Brendan Hansen and Nathan Adrian – Phelps scored the 22nd Olympic medal of his career. It was also his 18th gold medal.
Originally posted 08/02/2012 05:30PM
For the second time this Olympics, Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte were neck-and-neck Thursday in London – in their final event together of the Summer Games.
This time, however, Phelps emerged the winner!
After losing to Lochte in the 400 individual medley last Saturday, Phelps, 27, managed to out-swim his friend and teammate in Thursday's 200-meter individual medley by .63 seconds.
After becoming the most-decorated Olympian earlier this week, Phelps met another goal: his victory makes him the first male swimmer to win an individual event at three consecutive Games.
Originally posted 08/01/2012 08:45AM
The Summer Olympics are here – and that means fierce competition, heart-warming stories and, of course, Ryan Lochte's abs.
If you can't get enough of the summer games, get your fix 24/7 by following these current and veteran Olympians who deserve gold medals for excellence in Tweeting. Get behind-the-scenes scoop, commentary and more from these PEOPLE-approved athletes!
Originally posted 07/31/2012 04:40PM
The question on everyone's mind Tuesday was: Would swimmer Michael Phelps break the Olympic record for the most career medals?
And he did it! The 27-year-old made history Tuesday when he won his 18th and 19th medals, making him the most decorated Olympian in any sport. He took home the silver for the 200 butterfly and ended the night by winning gold in the 4x200 freestyle relay.
Phelps's 19th medal surpassed the previous record holder, Larissa Latynina, a gymnast from the former Soviet Union, who won 18 individual medals, including nine gold in three different Olympic Games, at Melbourne in 1956, Rome in 1960 and Tokyo in 1964.
Originally posted 07/31/2012 12:00PM
Tuning into the Olympics promises plenty of excitement on the court or field or pool, of course. But sometimes what happens in the stands can be just as exciting.
Yes, we're talking about the watching the masses – specifically the athletes' parents as they cheer and react to their children's Olympic performances.
Originally posted 07/30/2012 08:25AM
Spoiler Alert: Results from the Olympic Games are available live online, several hours ahead of the telecasts. If you'd rather find out how the athletes fare on TV, stop reading here!
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