Bio and childhood of Michael Phelps
Michael Phelps was raised in Baltimore, Maryland to Michael Fred Phelps and Deborah Sue ‘ Debbie.’ He has two siblings of the elderly: Hilary and Whitney. While his dad was employed as a state troop, his mom was in the teaching field. Young Michael graduated from Towson High School with his education.
It was the powerful athletic skills Fred gained by the kids quickly enough. At an early era, Hilary, Whitney and Michael entered swimming. Although Hilary had excellent commitment, she chose to leave the sport. Whitney took it a little longer than her sibling, even attempting her luck in 1996 to be admitted to the U.S. Olympic team. It was youthful Phelps, however, who not only took the sport but excelled in it as well.
At the era of seven, Phelps had to swim. He was initially afraid to put his nose in the water, taking to float in the bath and no earlier mastering backstroke. He was diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disease (ADHD) just when Phelps seemed to get on with his anxiety. However, with the assistance of his mum Debbie, he worked his way through the situation.
Michael Phelps’ Wife Nicole Johnson and their 3 kids
After gathering at ESPYs, Michael Phelps and Nicole Johnson began dating in 2007. They split up in 2012, but in 2014 they returned together. On June 13, 2016, they secretly married.
There are two children in the pair: Boomer (born 5 May 2016) and Beckett (born 12 February 2018).
But here they’re not stopping their happiness. Yesterday, Phelps and Nicole welcomed their third child. Where Instagram was published by dad Michael,
“We welcomed Maverick Nicolas Phelps into the world on 9/9/19 at 36 weeks and 2 days. Our lil big man was 6lb 5o and 20”. He instantly has stolen all of our hearts and keeps me an ecstatic mommy of boys 💙💙💙 I can’t wait to walk this journey surrounded by my men.”
The baby boy name is Maverick Nicolas Phelps which is 2.3kg in weight and 20 inches in size. He is surrounded by his other two elder siblings, which looks so adorable.
Short information about Swimmer Phelps’ Wife Win McMurry
Win McMurry (mom of Maverick Nicolas Phelps, born on March 12, 1983) is an American sportscaster. She hosted Golf Channel’s “PGA Tour Primetime” until October 2013 and recorded characteristics and events for Golf Central, Morning Drive and other programming. She is also the presenter of a sequence of travel films entitled’ Gone With the Win’ on GolfChannel.com, and McMurry is the main fantasy golf specialist as well as the representative on golf fashion on the network. McMurry earlier collaborated with PGA Tour Entertainments PGA Tour Today, Monday Backspin, and Morning Movers on PGATour.com as a director, author and presenter. She also served as a golf cart driver for staff broadcasting the PGA Tour at CBS Sports Network.
What is the Net worth of Michael Phelps?
The success of Phelps in the Olympic pools earned him over $60 million, making home one of America’s most successful and wealthiest amateur athletes. His annual salary varies from year to year, but financial data shows that Michael Phelps earns about $9.3 million annually, or about $780,000 a month and $180,000 a week.
The vast bulk of that money comes from his professional career and alternative ways such as sponsorships for advertising, investments, etc. Phelps has earned an estimated $98 million in his professional life until 2019.
Phelps and Nicolas living home…
Michael Phelps purchased a home for $2.5 million in Paradise Valley, Ariz. in 2015 and sold the same property in 2018 for an estimated $3.5 million.
Phelps and his family decided to stay in Paradise Valley and purchase a new 10,000-square-foot home in 2018 as well. In July 2016, Phelps also sold his townhome in Baltimore for $916,000.
Diet Challenge of Phelps
It’s legendary how much Olympic swimmers eat. Back in 2008, Lochte’s teammate and rival Michael Phelps— 21 gold medals and counting— made headlines when he boasted his 12,000-calorie-a-day diet:
Breakfast: three fried-egg sandwiches with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and mayonnaise. Two coffee cups. One omelet of five eggs. One grain bowl. Topped three French toast slices. Three pancakes with chocolate chips.
Lunch: Pasta one pound. Two large sandwiches of ham and cheese on white bread with mayonnaise plus energy drinks.
Dinner: a pound of pasta, a whole pizza and even more powerful drinks.
Although Phelps later admitted that the 12,000-calorie figure was an exaggeration, it is true that swimmers at the Olympic level burn about 3,000-10,000 calories a day depending on their workout intensity. Therefore, it’s no surprise that Lochte and Phelps likes consume about 7-8,000 calories a day— four times the average adult male diet.