As we reported Thursday, Ryan Lochte felt his punishment come down from the US Olympic Committee. The swimmer will forfeit $100,000 and a chance to swim at next year's world championships as part of the penalty
It took a few weeks, but it looks like the US Olympic Committee has agreed upon a punichsment for the mess created by Ryan Lochte at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
When Ryan Lochte lost all of his major sponsors Monday after his disastrous Matt Lauer interview, everyone was saying that the Olympic swimmer just needed to lay low and stay out of the spotlight.
The 2016 Olympics in Rio are over and as they go so goes the glorification of so many pseudo-sports. We didn't need to find out who the best trampoliner was in the world, we didn't need to find out who walks the fastest
Ryan Lochte felt his finances take a major hit on Monday after all of his major sponsors including Speedo and Ralph Lauren unceremoniously dropped him.
Ryan Lochte had his most emotional moment with Matt Lauer when the interviewer asked him about losing sponsors because of the mess he created in Rio. You could see that this seemed to be the only thing that actually affected him
Swimming isn’t the most thrilling sport to watch, even in the Olympics, but Ryan Lochte has given it way more attention than Michael Phelps this past week.
Ryan Lochte proved that he's content being the 'Ugly American' when he sat down with Matt Lauer as part of his 'No Apologies' tour, which aired Saturday night.