The four U.S. swimmers who were involved in an incident at a gas station in Rio over the weekend all told the U.S. Olympic Committee the same story, according to a report.
Ryan Lochte could have potentially been banned from USA Swimming for life if he did not issue an apology for his role in the Rio gas station incident.
Ryan Lochte on Friday issued an apology for his role in a gas station dispute over the weekend that has turned into a full-blown investigation.
Regardless of what actually happened with Ryan Lochte and three of his U.S.
LeBron James shared some love with Usain Bolt after the Jamaican sprinter gave a tribute to the NBA icon following his gold medal run at the 200m sprint in the Olympics on Thursday night.
Heading into Thursday’s 200m final, Usain Bolt already had one gold medal to his credit in the Rio Olympics, the one he won in the 100m for the third consecutive Olympics.
Ryan Lochte and three other teammates on the U.S. swim team caused damage at a gas station Sunday morning and ended up paying for some of it.
Volatile goalkeeper Hope Solo caused significant controversy with comments that she made after the U.S. women’s soccer team was defeated by Sweden in the Olympic quarterfinals.