Recently, the Discovery Channel staged a race between 28-time Olympic-medal winner Michael Phelps and a CGI shark.
George Buress, the director for the Florida Program for Shark Research at the.. Business Insider
Michael Phelps isn't taking a shred of blame for viewers' disappointment over him not racing an actual great white shark, and says he stands by the "incredible" made-for-TV event. Source: TMZ TV Clips -
Chase Kalisz continued America's dominance of the men's 200 metres individual medley as the United States enjoyed a memorable evening at the World Aquatic Championships on Thursday. Kalisz's win set.. DNA
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The prospect of seeing Michael Phelps race against a great white during "Shark Week" drew millions of viewers to Discovery Channel this week. It's safe to say that a large portion of that throng came.. New Zealand Herald
Yeah, we know, “Shark Week” is pretty disappointing. No, the shark that Michael Phelps “raced” was not real. No, a giant prehistoric shark called a megalodon doesn’t continue to prowl the.. TheSpec.com
People were pretty annoyed when Michael Phelps didn't risk his life by jumping in open water to race a shark that was expected to swim in a straight line on television.
Discovery Channel's "Phelps.. Mashable