Ryan Lochte broke history at the 2016 Rio Olympics along with winning medals, but right now, all anyone is talking about is his strange robbery story that's causing both him, the IOC and the Olympic Committee
The Rio Olympics are ending on an international issue note as the robbery incident that Ryan Lochte first denied (along with the IOC and Olympic Committee) then admitted to is coming under intense scrutiny by officials in Brazil.
Ryan Lochte may have gotten back to the United States before the Brazilian authorities could get him, but his U.S. Olympic swimming teammates, Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz weren't so fortunate.
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As we reported on Sunday, something was very fishy about Ryan Lochte's 'did he or didn't he' get robbed story, and now a Brazilian judge has got the same problems we did.
The women's Swedish national team pulled off a major upset in the women's soccer semifinals at the 2016 Rio Olympics. With a conservative and tactical style that favored goal prevention as opposed to offensive push
Madison Keys has had a season to remember on tour so far this year. Most notably, the American cracked the Top 10 for the first time in her career.
The 2012 London Games was where Andy Murray showed the world that he was ready to be a tennis superstar and the 2016 Rio Olympics took him further as he made history on Sunday.
Rafael Nadal worked hard to overcome his wrist pain throughout the 2016 Rio Olympics, but Kei Nishikori was able to take advantage of the fact that Juan Martin Del Potro had pretty much exhausted the Spaniard.