Jimmy Feigen has released a statement about both the incident at the gas station and the legal proceedings in Brazil before he was allowed to leave the country.
Simone Manuel and Lia Neal can add swimming filmmakers to their already-packed resumes.
Longtime Ryan Lochte sponsor Speedo USA has announced it is ending its relationship with the 2nd most decorated swimmer of all-time.
FINA has released a statement concerning the ‘post-competition behavior’ of Americans Ryan Lochte, Jack Conger, Jimmy Feigen and Gunnar Bentz.
Scott Blackmun, the CEO of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), says that his organization will be announcing further action…
The Rio Public Ministry believes that the $10,800 charitable donation made by American swimmer Jimmy Feigen to escape prosecution for allegedly…
USA Olympic swimmer Jack Conger issued a press release that explains his perception of the incident in Rio early last Sunday morning that has dominated international headlines all week.
An International Olympic Committee (IOC) spokesperson told Reuters news service that the IOC was setting up a disciplinary commission for Ryan Lochte and three other U.S. swimmers involved in a lie about an armed robbery.
After returning to the United States following a gas-stop bathroom altercation with fellow American Olympic teammates Ryan Lochte, Jimmy Feigen, and Jack Conger, in Rio that led to police involvement, Gunnar Bentz made a statement.
After Rio police confirmed yesterday that a gun-point robbery involving Ryan Lochte and three other USA Swimming team members didn’t happen in Rio, Lochte issued an apology over social media.
Jimmy Feigen’s donation will go to the Instituto Reação, a judo-based organization.
Under Brazilian law, charitable donations can be used to escape charges for minor crimes. Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger arrived home in the United States on Friday morning.
USA Swimming Executive Director Chuck Wielgus has released a statement on the conduct of the 4 American athletes involved in the incident on the gas station in Rio on Sunday morning.
According to the United States Olympic Committee’s official statement released at 11:19 Brazil time on Thursday night, the Rio authorities have released Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger’s passports, and the two have left the country.
12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte (above) and Jimmy Feigen have both been indicted in Brazil on charges that they filed a false police report.