Michael Phelps briefly returned to the spotlight last month when he testified about anti-doping before a congressional subcommittee.
Phelps detailed the extensive testing process he subjected himself to for 16 years in order to compete in the pool in and for the U.S. But during a Facebook Live on Friday â€” while touching on a variety of topics â€” he proved that he will continue to defend himself against those who question if he was a clean swimmer.
Phelps responded to a Facebook Live comment â€” which was, according to Swimming World magazine, regarding a tweet from former swimming rival Milorad Cavic, who called Phelpsâ€™ push for anti-doping reform â€œconvenientâ€ â€” that clearly pushed his buttons.
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