Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Perhaps the most celebrated name in swimming and decorated Olympian of all time, Michael Phelps will look to enter the Olympic waters for the last time in his career in the games village at Rio. The all-time record holder of the maximum number of gold medals for a single participant ( 19 Olympic gold medals to be exact) crossed the 31 year-mark in June earlier this year and has already stated that the games in Rio this year will be his last. Phelps caught the eye of the entire sporting world in the 2004 summer Olympics held in Athens where he bagged 6 gold medals and 2 bronze medals in his maiden Olympic event. At the same event, he also became the became the second male swimmer ever to win more than two individual titles at a single Games with four, tying Mark Spitz’s four from 1972. With his fair share of controversies, Phelps was subjected to various rumours and true facts alike in accordance with the usage of performance-enhancing drugs and the consumption of addictive substances. Phelps was questioned about his incredible feats and was subjected to rumours regarding the use of performance-enhancers during the 2008 Olympic events. In early 2009, Phelps was handed a three-month suspension from USA swimming due to the leakage of a photograph of him using a bong to smoke marijuana. In 2014, due to an incident of driving under the influence of alcohol, he was also suspended from all competitions for six months, and stated he would not be chosen to represent the United States at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships in August later that year. Michael Phelps’s conquests: Phelps is the long course world record holder in the 100-meter butterfly, 200-meter butterfly and 400-meter individual medley as well as the former long course world record holder in the 200-meter freestyle and 200-meter individual medley. In all major international long-course competition, he has won a total of 78 medals including 62 gold, 13 silver, and 3 bronze spanning the Olympics, the World, and the Pan Pacific Championships. Phelps also holds the all-time records for Olympic gold medals (19), Olympic gold medals in individual events (11), and Olympic medals in individual events for a male (13). Phelps’s Rio 2016 Event Schedule: Phelps already bagged the gold in the 4x100m freestyle Relay for USA on Sunday starting his final campaign of on a high. He will be swimming in three individual events — the 100m butterfly, the 200m butterfly and the 200m individual medley. On Monday, he also qualified for the 200m butterfly finals to be held on the 10th of August. Here are the list of events Phelps is yet to take part in: Aug. 9 – 4×200 freestyle relay final and 200m butterfly final Aug. 10 – men’s 200m individual medley prelims and semis Aug. 11 – men’s 100m butterfly prelims, 200m individual medley final and 100m butterfly semis Aug. 12 – 100m butterfly final Aug. 13 – 4×100 medley relay final Where to watch Michael Phelps swim online?: Most of the events are telecasted on the Star Sports network and Doordarshan. The events can also be streamed online on hotstar or NBCOlympics.com.