Michael Phelps wondered whether the younger generation of swimmers is ready to fill his very large shoes. The 18-time Olympic champion is finding out that, yes, the new kids are all right.
He'll be seeing several fresh faces on the U.S. team at next month's Rio Games. Phelps was just 15 when he made the first of his five Olympic teams in 2000. Now he's 31 and getting ready to hang up his suit for good after Rio.
With the trials halfway through, here are some of the Olympic newcomers in the pool:
The 23-year-old Stanford graduate from Santa Rosa, California, made her first and last Olympic team. After the games, she plans on retiring from the sport...