We hear a lot less about Ryan Lochte now that the London Olympics have ended, and for the most part that is a good thing.
Lolo Jones and another bobsled hopeful were involved in a fight with the stepdaughter of a bobsled official at a Lake Placid bar over the weekend, according to a few reports.
Does Ryan Lochte believe in reverse psychology? At this point, I’m starting to think that is what he’s trying to pull off with respect to Michael Phelps and his future.
As most of you know, Lolo Jones has been training to compete in bobsledding at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia.
Lindsey Vonn reportedly had to take a mandatory drug test earlier this week, and the timing could not have been much worse.
Michael Phelps insists he is retired from Olympic competition, which gives him plenty of free time to pursue one of his other passions.
Michael Phelps tweeted on Friday to refute a report that said he would be making a comeback to the swimming pool for the 2016 Olympics.
Apolo Ohno has not competed since the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, and the speedskater says he is “pretty sure” he is retired.
Ohno told SI.