Phelps, before the television special, stated that he wasn't in danger while racing the great white shark.
I hope people learned their lesson for when someone comes at them and says they're going to make a guy swim with a shark.
Michael Phelps race against a computer generated shark will go down as one of TV's most hyped flops. So, talk about false advertising.
"I am amazed at how large they are in real life".
Ford Mustang GT scores Drag Mode
Ford is certainly chasing after Chevy here, too; we measured a Camaro SS automatic hitting 60 miles per hour in 3.9 seconds. The 10-speed architecture features Ford-patented power-flow and Ford-patented direct-acting hydraulic controls.
He swam in its natural habitat off the coast of South Africa in 56-degree waters. Phelps, on the other hand, took 38.1 seconds to swim the same distance, and was even in a special wet suit and monofin that closed his feet together.
As the final details were prepared, ecologist Tristan Guttridge announced: "Clearly, we can't put Michael in one lane and a white shark on the far lane". She tweeted a picture of Phelps with his angry "game face" before the Brazil Olympics: "Realizing we gotta get through an hour of science for this actual race".
The shark finished in 36.1 seconds.
But, I doubt Phelps swam 100M without taking a single breath. "Great White", featured Guttridge and his team collecting data about the speed of great white sharks.
Instead, Phelps raced against a simulation of a shark, using a special swimsuit with a large fin to help him move through the water at superhuman speeds. You may remember "Eaten Alive" when a guy didn't actually get eaten by a snake as promised.
Kerala High Court rejects actor Dileep's bail plea
Dileep - like any accused under Indian law - must be presumed innocent unless the court returns a verdict of "guilty". With this, not only is Dileep looking at his two-week jail stay being prolonged, but also the loss of his stardom.
However, if Phelps can't beat a great white shark, a fish that can swim about 25 miles per hour (40 km/h), it makes little sense for him to race against the world's fastest shark, the mako, which can reach speeds of between 40 and 60 miles per hour (64 and 96 km/h), Nosal said.
The segment, which ran Sunday night, was by most accounts was a clever way to kick off Shark Week. The pitfalls of that set-up are obvious.
That's because great whites are really, really fast. While the show is great for hype, watching the show was rather unrealistic.
Phelps has set 39 world records and won 23 Olympic golds, but he still needed a helping hand to compete against the sharks.
This isn't the first time Discovery pissed off their viewers.
In a statement, Penguin Random House South Africa says no further copies will be distributed out of respect for Madiba. The publisher of the controversial book Mandela's Last Years has chose to "immediately withdraw" it from the trade.
Outside the path of totality, the sky watchers in the continental US and other nearby areas can see the partial solar eclipse. If you get a clear view of the eclipse, remember that there's a wrong way and several right ways to look at the sun.
Morata will be hoping to help Chelsea retain their Premier League title next season after the Blues won the trophy last term. Having been surplus to requirements this time a year ago , Fabregas played his way back into Conte's plans.
Speaking after completing his move, the 23-year-old defender told Liverpoolfc.com: "It feels a wee bit surreal just now. Liverpool finished in fourth place in the Premier League table last season to secure a return to the Champions League.
Maybe Irving could have been more insistent earlier, but he at least gave a full offseason of notice that he was ready to move on. The Knicks want to send Carmelo Anthony and future first-round picks to Cleveland for Irving, according to ESPN's Ian Begley .
That appointment never went through and he instead took a job as senior vice president and chief strategy officer for the U.S. Trump routinely has labeled media outlets as "fake news", and once called them the "enemy of the American people".
Hood also said that some of those with injuries related to heat stroke may result in brain damage, CNN reported . Fifteen years ago in Denison, authorities discovered 11 decomposed bodies in a grain hopper vehicle .
Grace's response, he said, was, "What are you talking about?" "My whole thing on the 18th was trying just not to make bogey". Miller dinged the accomplishment in what was more than a backhanded compliment, pejoratively referring to the easier U.S.
Speaking on Sky Sports News on Friday morning, Solhekol said: "Staying at Chelsea, they are trying to sign Benjamin Mendy ". According to the Telegraph , Chelsea are ready to pounce on the 23-year old after they made an enquiry for his services.
On Saturday, he filed an anticipatory bail plea before the court but the court set aside his petition for hearing on Monday. Her husband also alleged that Vincent used to call her repeatedly over the phone and harass her.
2 tourists killed in quake from Turkey, Sweden
The Athens-based Geodynamic Institute says a magnitude 4.3 quake has struck the area southeast of Greece's island of Crete. The coast guard also announced the island's port was damaged in the quake and that a ferry en route there was not docking.
NASA wants you to record solar eclipse data with an app
It may not be a complete loss of sun, but a little goes a long way, as temperatures will drop several degrees during the event. The Palos Heights Public Library (palosheightslibrary.org) is hosting a solar eclipse viewing event from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
USA to ban citizens from visiting North Korea
On July 16 that deadline came and went, and USA government officials have apparently decided that Beijing was not doing enough. Around 6,000 Westerners visit the reclusive country every year, so USA tourists represent only a sixth of this particular pie.