Phelps now Six for Six in Golds and World Records

In the final 30 meters of the 200 Individual Medley, there was no question Michael Phelps was going to win his 6th gold medal.

The only question was whether he was going to break his 6th world record. Phelps did with a time of 1:54.23.

Phelps is now one win away from tying Mark Spitz for the most gold medals in one Olympic Games, with seven.

You can watch Phelps swim to tie the record Friday night at 10:10pm EST here on Channel 16.

If he wins that, he can break the record Saturday night in his final event, the 4x100 medley relay.


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