Milorad Cavic of Serbia breaks Michael Phelps record by .21 seconds in the men's 200 meter butterfly at the FINA Swimming World Championship in Rome, Italy.
Michael Phelps beat Milorad Cavic to become the first swimmer to break 50 seconds in the 100-meter butterfly. Check out Phelps' world record performance.
career overall medal total to 21. ''He's the king of the Olympics Games,'' said his butterfly rival, Serbia's Milorad Cavic . PHELPS IS HISTORY With his swimming career mostly likely over, it’s time to look back at every Olympic medal Michaels
be missing from the pool after Phelps swims his final two races. ''Phelps is out of our league,'' Serbia's Milorad Cavic said. He sure looked that way again on this night, touching at 1 minute, 54.27 seconds, just off his winning
half-second ahead of South African Chad le Clos, who upset Phelps in the 200 fly, and setting up an additional rematch with Milorad Cavic , the outspoken Serbian who still seems to think he got to the wall first when he lost to Phelps by a hundredth of
s Chad le Clos took an extra stroke. This time, unlike in 2008, when Phelps barely out-touched Serbian swimmer Milorad Cavic in the 100 butterfly to keep his quest for eight golds alive, Phelps was the one who came up short at the wall
you develop a long-term plan to extend Phelps' legacy and brand? WATCH FOX BUSINESS EXCLUSIVE . Four years ago, Milorad Cavic thought he had the 100 fly in the bag after his final stroke. Phelps made the split-second decision to get in one
finish was a stunner, given that Phelps had won a memorable race at Beijing when a rival made the very same error. Milorad Cavic of Serbia thought he had the 100 fly in the bag after his final stroke, but Phelps made the split-second decision
Gyurta, Hungary 100 Butterfly Gold: Michael Phelps, United States Silver: Tyler McGill, United States Bronze: Milorad Cavic , Serbia 200 Butterfly Gold: Michael Phelps, United States Silver: Takeshi Matsuda, Japan Bronze: Nick D'Arcy
losing to Ian Crocker in the 2005 world championships or showing that his one-hundredth of a second victory over Milorad Cavic at the 2008 Beijing Olympics was no fluke. Now, he's got Lochte, eager to prove he's the world's greatest