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  • Jeremy Guillory, Student at River Valley High School in Yuba City, CA, Michael Phelps: Medal Mania

    For my game, the professional athlete is Michael Phelps. Michael Phelps is a 28 time Olympic medalist. I have an idea where a thief steal all of Phelps' medals, and there are a series of challenges for Michael to find all of this medals to regain power. Each medal represents a different topic or trait important to Michael Phelps. For example, a medal could be based on confidence, happiness, love, speed, power, etc. Michael must find all of these medals to become the person he was before.

    The thief has sold the medals to Michael's past rivals. These are people like Ryan Lochte Chad le Clos (who were some of Michael's biggest competitors). Michael Phelps could even have a sidekick (his wife Nichole Phelps maybe..). They could fight Michael's rivals by using Michael's thunder thighs or Nichole's goggle gun. The rivals could try to capture Michael and his wife by using a giant swim cap. The final rival is a giant shark that Michael must race to retrieve the last medal. The race would be 750 miles, making it the longest distance Phelps has ever swam.

    When Michael finally defeats his toughest rival and regains all of this medals, he returns back to normal life with his wife and kids. The journey lasts a long time and is full of action-packed adventure. Michael is relieved to have won the battle and have his life return to reality.   

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