Michael Phelps featured behind ASU’s ‘Curtain of Distraction’

Aug 9, 2015; San Antonio, TX, USA; Michael Phelps speaks to the media after winning the men’s 200 meters individual medley (IM) final during the Phillips 66 National Championships at Northside Swim Center. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

Michael Phelps was at Arizona State University Thursday night as a featured member behind the school’s legendary “Curtain of Distraction.”

In case you’re unfamiliar with this, they bring out a portable curtain while opposing players attempt free throws and people try to distract them from sinking them.

Phelps, who will be an assistant swim coach for the Sun Devils after the 2016 Rio Olympics, pulled out all the stops in his appearance, as you can see here:

It looks like he wore at least half his 18 gold medals to this event, assuming they were real. Phelps never does anything halfheartedly, and he certainly went all out Thursday night.

He’s currently training at the school with fellow Olympian Allison Schmitt for the Olympics this upcoming summer, where he’ll attempt to add to his outrageous collection of gold medals.