Ryan Lochte is scheduled to swim at the 2013 FINA World Aquatic Championships in Barcelona, Spain, July 19 to August 4 only on Universal Sports.
Lochte won gold in the 400m IM, setting a best time of 4:05.18; won gold in the 800m free relay, took silver in both the 400m free relay and the 200 IM and snagged bronze in the 200m back at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Qualified for the 2012 Olympic team by finishing first in the 200m back and the 400m IM, and second in the 200m IM and 200m free … Won five gold medals at 2011 FINA World Championsihps (800m FR-R; 200m FR; 200m BK; 400m IM; 200m IM (WR)) and became first swimmer to set a world record since the banning of polyurethane suits. (Courtesy of USASwimming.org)
Ryan Lochte just missed out on a world championship medal, finishing with a time of 1:45.64, only .05 seconds off the podium. Yannick Agnel took gold in the event, American Conor Dwyer took silver.
American swimmer Ryan Lochte discusses his thoughts on Michael Phelps.
Ryan Lochte did it again, finishing the 200m backstroke with a winning time of 1:55.16 over Tyler Clary. Lochte raced just one hour after winning the 200m freestyle earlier in the day.
Racing in a field of 6 Olympians, it was Ryan Lochte who walked away with the victory, finishing with a time of 1:45.97.
Just minutes after winning the 400IM, Ryan Lochte came back to the water to win the men’s 200m backstroke. Lochte won with a time of 1:57.51, over Tyler Clary. Lochte also won yesterday’s 100m fly.
Ryan Lochte takes the 100m butterfly win at 52.29 seconds, .13 seconds faster than Tyler Mcgill. Lochte failed to make the 2012 Olympic team in this exact event.
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After losing in the 100m breaststroke earlier, Ryan Lochte made it look easy during the 200IM as he cruised to the finish with a time of 2:00.98.
The 5-time Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte (USA) looked to have the race won with just 50 meters to go, but was passed by Ricky Berens and Michael Klueh. Lochte’s final time was 1:50.19.
Courtesy of usaswimming.org COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Olympic gold medalists Ryan Lochte (Daytona Beach, Fla.), Missy Franklin (Centennial, Colo.) and Tyler Clary (Riverside, Calif.) headline the list of those competing at the Austin Grand Prix on January 18-20. The event, which will take place at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center, is the […]