While a highly-publicized incident at a Rio de Janeiro bathroom cost Ryan Lochte most of his established sponsors, the American swimmer added one new sponsor this week: cough drop company Pine Brothers.
Says Coach David Marsh of Ryan Lochte, “He could have avoided a lot of the problems had he just done the right thing right away. I know he feels terrible about it, and I feel for him. Unfortunately I don’t think the end is finished yet.”
Ryan Lochte will be summoned to give testimony in front of the Brazilian Justice Department, according to a report from Fox News.
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.
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Despite the high-profile gas station incident in Rio, world record-holder Ryan Lochte confirmed that he plans to swim through the Tokyo Olympics in 2020, even if that means serving a suspension.
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Charles Hartley expresses that we should go back to the American pride we had just a week ago, and stop talking about Ryan Lochte.
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…
Ryan Lochte spoke to NBC’s Matt Lauer, admitting he exaggerated the story of a gas station incident in Rio and taking full responsibility for the situation.
The Rio Public Ministry believes that the $10,800 charitable donation made by American swimmer Jimmy Feigen to escape prosecution for allegedly…