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03:20  15 september  2019
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Jordan Mailata Aust's next swim superstar?© Getty Jordan Mailata Australia's Jordan Mailata is a physical freak standing 203cm tall, weighing 157kg and possessing extraordinary athletic ability for a giant.

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Malaita's size 18 feet include webbed toes.

Mailata also has 90.2cm long arms and a desire to swim like the greatest swimmer of all - American superstar Michael Phelps.

There is one problem so let's rule out holding a spot for Mailata on the Australian men's swim team for next year's Olympics in Tokyo.

Mailata is not a good a swimmer ... yet.

"I can stay afloat," he told Philadelphia's NBC affiliate.

You notice the wording.

"I can stay afloat."

The TV station decided to speak to Mailata about swimming after spotting in the Eagles' media guide he had listed swimming as his "desired talent".

That led to Mailata revealing his webbed feet and how growing up in Bankstown in Sydney's south-west without much money he did not have the $8 entry fee to swim in his local pool.

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He did go to the beach but had a fear of being in water where he could not see the bottom and stepping on a stingray.

"I've got webbed toes and everyone thinks that I swim faster," Mailata said.

Mailata, who has been sidelined by a sore back, says his immediate sporting focus is aimed at proving himself in the NFL.

With webbed size 18 feet and arms as long as Inspector Gadget's, the 2024 Olympics in Paris might be an option.

"I want to swim like Phelps though," Mailata said.

"Maybe I should tweet at Phelps, though, like, 'Hey, you got any tips for a guy who has webbed feet?'

"I need to live up to that expectation of being a good swimmer."

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