What probably happened the night of the Rio robbery…
Both Ryan Lochte and Jimmy Feigen have reportedly been banned from leaving Brazil until evidence makes sense to authorities over their incident on Sunday morning, though Lochte has already left.
Here, you can see security footage of Ryan Lochte, Gunnar Bentz, Jimmy Feigen, and Jack Conger returning to the Olympic village after Sunday morning’s robbery.
According to USA TODAY Sports, Ryan Lochte and his U.S. Olympic teammates did not initially inform the U.S. Olympic Committee about this weekend’s gunpoint robbery. Their failure to inform the USOC explains the confusion that ensued with the IOC after the incident.
Local police have been investigating an armed robbery of four Team USA Olympic swimmers that took place in Rio on Sunday morning. However, according to the Rio police, no police report was filed by Ryan Lochte, Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger, or Jimmy Feigen after the incident took place.
“We regret the violence has got so close to the athletes,” says a spokesman for Rio 2016.
More details are emerging of the harrowing encounter between four Olympic swimmers and armed assailants early in Sunday morning in Rio…
Jimmy Feigen answered submitted questions earlier this week in a Reddit ‘AMA,’ at one point mentioning that he does not plan to compete in Tokyo.
United States Olympic Committee spokesperson Patrick Sandusky has confirmed the names of the three swimmers who were with Ryan Lochte…
Anthony Ervin will anchor the American team this morning on the 4×100 free relay.
See the offical roster for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team.
Ryan Lochte isn’t the only 2016 Olympian to sport a new ‘do.
Meet Jimmy Feigen, who will be swimming at his 2nd Olympics. Feigen grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and swam collegiately…
With nearly 50 of the best athletes in the country, you can imagine that practices are no laughing matter.