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In an exclusive live interview, Michael Phelps talks to TODAY about “The Weight of Gold,” a new HBO documentary about the mental health struggles of Olympic athletes after they compete, including himself. “There are so many of us out there who are really struggling,” he says. “It was wild to see that I wasn’t alone.” He also says life under quarantine has given him a chance to grow closer to his wife and three young boys.