Wednesday, August 6, 2008
Will Phelp and the hot boys fish out some good gold medals in the magnificent Water Cube?
Michael Phelps, left, and his hot-looking team members (Ryan Lochte, center) at the Athens Games in 2004 after winning a relay race.
Below, the spectacular and eye-popping National Aquatic Center known as the "Water Cube" in Beijing where our Michael Phelps (without Australian's Ian "Torpedo" Thorpe), will swim his butt off to beat Pieter van den Hoogenband (who finished ahead of Phelps in the 200M Men Freestyle Finals in Athens. The much awaited, most watched, covered and remembered race was won easily by Ian Thorpe. Phelps was way behind in third place. And since queers around the world are fans of Phelps and the gang, they will be watching with battered breath on August 9 at 8pm ET (live coverage on NBC) when Phelps competes in the Men's 400M IM. Queers think he will win that particular gold at the Water Cube.
The National Aquatic Center, Water Cube, in Beijing where queers will watch swimmers swimming for fame, power, glamor, and glory.