Olympic Games 2012: Michael Phelps, Missy Franklin Hope for More Gold

Olympic gold medalist Summer Sanders discusses the American swim team.
3:00 | 08/03/12

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Michael Phelps missy Franklin and other American swimmers have big hopes for more gold. GMA Olympic contributor Yahoo! Sports analyst and winner of four Olympic medals Summer Sanders joins us from London to size up their chances summer good morning. Good morning Amy gray day in London yesterday with a gold rush as bill said in the -- -- well and we're gonna get to that gold rush you're gonna get to swimming gold in just a moment but first I gotta talk about. This girl -- Douglas she is on the cover -- just about every paper here on the other side of the pond. I have to know what was the reaction in London to her big win yesterday. It is amazing in fact ice stayed at my hotel to watch her last apparatus the floor routine to see how well she was -- -- before making my way over to swimming. And I know I wasn't the only one because some of -- summer is stuck around longer in the village to make sure they had a chance to witness that so it's affected. Not just everybody back in America but even the Americans still left to compete. Here in London for 2012. I can only imagine the momentum their Michael -- so winning his twentieth Olympic Medal there in the pool and two other Americans winning gold as well we have some emerging stars there on the US -- team. Yes it was perfect for Michael -- I actually thought Ryan -- he was gonna get him in the -- Diana and I didn't think Tyler Cleary was gonna win the 200 backstroke. But that -- amazing I feel like Michael Phelps is just like now I've got the record it in and the most medals of all time. So the weight is off his back and he's really really enjoying himself and that's what he told me coming into this meet. He wanted to enjoy -- last games and he says and what a great moment for him to take on his first. Injured individual gold in London I know that was a goal for hands. And he's going for another one today in the 100 meter butterfly and as you mentioned it's his last chance. For an Olympic an individual -- big metal he says he's not going to swim competitively after this missy Franklin going for gold in the 200 backstroke as well. -- other chances look. -- failing grade missy Franklin her best competitor or biggest competitor is another US teammate Elizabeth buys all but she's. There once you right now so again it's going to be a nail biter and a battle we've seen her do that hundred backstroke -- we know she's ready for it. And then for Michael Phelps a hundred butterfly actually thought this is gonna be his toughest racing at that it was -- -- be. I have the most competition here. But last night was so impressive not just because of his -- -- -- and I am. But because about I think fourteen minutes later he was in the pool swimming the hundred butterfly semi and he's just a second off the world record so he's definitely the favorite tonight. Our -- Summer Sanders thanks for that makes it had to be an American -- doesn't it does unabashedly so aren't.

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