OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- Michael Phelps is coy about how much swimming
he'll be doing at the U.S. Olympic trials.
Phelps entered seven events but won't say if he plans to stick
with his very first race: the 400-meter individual medley Monday.
After winning his second straight gold in the grueling event at
Beijing, Phelps vowed he was done with the 400 IM. Then, over the
past year, he began dabbling with it again. When the entry list
came out a few days ago, Phelps' name was on the list of potential
competitors. He has until Sunday afternoon to decide if he's going
to stick with it.
Phelps wouldn't reveal his plans Saturday. He even skirted a
question about when he's going to shave his mustache, saying that
might give away his intentions.
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