How sportstars across the world celebrated Halloween
Halloween is a holiday annually celebrated on October 31. Some people hold Halloween parties on or around this date, where the hosts and guests often dress up as skeletons, ghosts or other scary figures.The celebration is commonly depicted by carved pumpkins, bats and spiders, to give the parties a spooky appearance. Evolving from the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain, modern Halloween has become less about literal ghosts and more about costumes and candy.Almost all of the world celebrated the Halloween day this Saturday, and the sports stars all over were no exception. A host of athletes posted their pictures on various social media platforms, letting the world know how they go about their Halloween parties, and at the same time wished their fans on the ocassion.Here are few of the famous Sportspersons who enjoyed their Halloween to the fullest.
#1 Michael Phelps
The most decorated Olympian of all time, Michael Phelps, posted a picture of him getting treated by a couple of doctors, one of them dressed as a clown and other a snowman. Quite unsurprisingly, the " Baltimore Bullet" was not sure if this was a ‘Trick or Treat’. Here is the picture Phelps posted on his official Instagram page.
The American swimmer has won a total of 22 Olympic medals, with eighteen of them Gold medals.