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Phelps is back in May in Charlotte UltraSwim

CHARLOTTE, NC - Michael Phelps swim in a meeting in May in Charlotte, the end of three months has been exposed to photographs from a tube of inhaled marijuana.

Meet officials Tuesday that the Olympic Games were very interested in the Charlotte UltraSwim May 14-17.

The Grand Prix is the first large order in Phelps. TuneUp is the first in July before the world championships in Rome.

Phelps was a record eight gold medals of the Olympic Games in Beijing. A British tabloid newspaper has a photograph of him with a pipe of marijuana at a party in November at the University of South Carolina. It was supported by the United States to swim.
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