Anything Lochte can do! Now Michael Phelps is followed by a camera crew as he shows off his swimmer's body in Miami
He consistently put Ryan Lochte in the shade during their swimming careers.
And Michael Phelps might be planning on doing it again after the swimmer was spotted showing off his skills for a camera crew in Miami on Wednesday.
While it is not known what Phelps was filming, it comes soon after his rival began shooting his new reality show What Would Ryan Lochte Do? for E!
Not bad for a retiree: Michael Phelps insists he will not be returning for the 2016 Olympics but he is in good shape, he showed off his swimmer's body as he filmed a segment in Miami on Wednesday
Making a splash: Michael Phelps was spotted larking around in a Miami swimming pool for a film crew on Wednesday
Phelps certainly seemed in high spirits as he larked around in his Speedos in front of delighted holidaygoers.
It certainly is not his first time on camera.
The 27-year-old is one of the star names on golf-themed show The Haney Project.
The show, which is shown on The Golf Channel, follows Tiger Woods' former coach Hank Haney as he tries to help the 22-time Olympic gold medalist hack his way around some of the world's greatest golf courses.
He's a natural: Phelps ignores the admiring glances as he prepares to take to the pool
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Phelps will be hoping
to fare better than previous show personality NBA legend Charles Barkley, whose swing according to the coach, 'looked worse than Helen Keller trying to read.'
When he revealed he had joined the show, Michael said: 'As I enter this next chapter of my life, I think I will be able to shift my competitiveness to anything I put my mind to.
'And golf is one of the things I want to focus on. ... I want to play all the world's great golf courses, but I'd like to play them well.'
How times have changed: The bearded athlete used to stay as hair free as possible for aerodynamic reasons
It's a hard life: Michael was possibly shooting
stock footage for golfing reality show The Haney Project
While Michael is working on a new skill, his old friend and rival is having a totally different experience shooting What Would Ryan Lochte Do? for E!
The 28-year-old recently revealed the project is affecting his form as an athlete due to its high demands.
He whined: 'I didn't realize they were going to be pulling me in different directions all the time. I'm stronger than I've ever been outside the pool. But in the pool, I haven't been able to train on a consistent basis.'
Mission accomplished: The former athlete looked ready to towel down after he emerged from the water
Time for a cool down: But he would get little respite from the heat in the blazing Miami sunshine