With the Olympics just a few weeks away, ABC News looked at which Olympic athletes have the most fans around the world.
Here’s a look at the most popular athletes in the world: 1.
Michael Phelps The U.S. Olympian is a household name in many countries.
In Japan, where he won three gold medals in the 400 meters, he has been the face of his country.
In Russia, where his record-breaking 200 meters was shattered, he is the subject of a documentary.
But he has also had success on the international stage.
He was part of the U.N. Olympic team for the London Games and was a part of Team USA’s Olympic marathon.
Phelps is also a favorite in South Korea, where people keep a close watch on him.
“There are many sports where there is an Olympic spirit,” Phelps told CNN.
“I think that’s why we love the Olympics.
It’s a global event.”
He also loves the Olympics and the Paralympics, which he has represented in the track and field.
Usain Bolt Bolt He has had a very successful career in the sport of track and Field, winning the Olympic gold in the 100 meters at the 2014 Summer Olympics.
Bolt is the fastest man in the history of track, running in a time of 12:03.97, just shy of breaking the world record.
He also won gold at the 2012 London Olympics and also took silver at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
He is the most decorated Olympic athlete and has been a major figure in the sports world.
Michael Johnson The Jamaican sprinter won gold in his final event of the London Olympics in a record-setting time of 13:45.82, breaking the record set by Jamaican world record holder Usain Binny.
Johnson won the title in the 200 meters at this summer’s Games, becoming the first Jamaican to win a gold medal in the event.
Johnson has had success in the U