"I am looking forward seeing rivalry between Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte in the pool. Lochte has been the best swimmer in the world for the past two years, and he is the only one that has a chance to beat Michael in few events that they might swim against each other. Having said that, I still put my money on Michael.
Another athlete is Usain Bolt in track and field--can he repeat his performances from Beijing Games?"
Lenny Krayzelburg is a four-time Olympic gold medalist. Krayzelburg won his first gold medals in each of the three events he swam at the 2000 Olympic Games––100-Meter Backstroke, 200-Meter Backstroke and 4×100-Meter Medley Relay. He also established new Olympic records in the 100m—53.72, and 200m—1:56.76. And, his lead leg set the pace for the 400m Relay gold medal victory that set a new World record––3:33.73. Moreover, founded in 2005, the Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy offers a learn to swim program for children of all age, and Lenny Krayzelburg Foundation's mission is to "provide high-quality learn-to-swim programs for youth previously excluded from the sport due to social and economic barriers, and limited access to safe pools."