Golden Goggles Red Carpet [Part 2]: The Juggernauts Come Out to Play

  0 Braden Keith | November 19th, 2012 | National, News, Photo Fishbowl

After two years of decorative lapel-adornments, Ryan Lochte has opted for a much cleaner look at this year’s event.

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Missy Franklin, a nominee in three different categories tonight, is wearing a chic dress designed and crafted by her cousin. Missy had quite the fashionista experience in the run up to London as she had a spread in Vogue, among many other magazines.

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You know that World Record holder Aaron Peirsol would rather be in flip-flops, but he pulls off the eveningwear well.

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Olympic 100 free champion Nathan Adrian added a dash of color to his wardrobe. So far, all seams have remained intact, much to the chagrin of Eve and Candace.

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Alex Meyer was the American representative in the men’s Olympic 10km race

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Jessica Hardy. Boom. She has been nominated for the Perseverance award tonight.

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Lia Neal, the hometown girl, broke onto the American Olympic Team in a big way this year, taking silver on the 400 free relay. Neal lives and trains in New York, for now, until she ventures to Stanford next fall.

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Allison Schmitt is nominated for three awards tonight after winning gold in the 200 free at the Olympics. She was probably telling a joke when this picture was taken.

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World Record holder Ariana Kukors made her first Olympic Team in 2012. Mel talked retirement with her today, and she said she’s still undecided, but is taking things year-by-year.

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Ricky Berens could be James Bond in another life. Maybe after he retires, for good.

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