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 finishes at 1:57.63, in the Individual Medley, winning by 3.66 seconds over Conor Dwyer.
Ryan Lochte finished with a time of 54.75, tying him in third with Mathias Gydesen. Thomas Nick won the event .by 80 seconds over Lochte.
2012, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, USA Swimming Grand Prix, Ryan Lochte fades after a strong first 150m as Yannick Lebherz (GER) takes the win by .3 seconds over Ryan Murphy.
As the Women’s 400m IM B final runs, American swimming star Ryan Lochte hangs out with Universal Sports host Rowdy Gaines and Ted Robinson, talking about missing the Charlotte Grand Prix and keeping his sights on Rio.
In the Men’s 200m Freestyle, 3-time Olympian Ryan Lochte was able to win with a total time of 1:49.48 with a serious knee injury from November.
In the Men’s 100m Butterfly Stroke Final, his first final after retiring in 2012, Michael Phelps gets edged out by his old rival, Ryan Lochte who gets the win.
For the second straight time during the Championships, Ryan Lochte gets the win by .45 over Radoslaw Kawecki, his third title (2007, 2011, 2013). Tyler Clary took 3rd.
During the 4th to last day of the 2013 FINA Aquatic World Championships, Ryan Lochte (USA) joins a rare club of swimmers, winning three straight Championship titles in the Men’s 200m Individual Medley. Lochte took the top spot with 1.31 seconds over Kosuke Hagino (Japan), at 1:54.98.
Nathan Adrian came into this race as the clear favorite to win, finishing with a time of 48.10. Adrian and second place swimmer Jimmy Feigen will go on to represent the USA at Worlds. Ryan Lochte would finish with a time of 48.58.
Ryan Lochte finished with a time of 1:59.93 while Ryan Murphy went on to get the win finishing with a time of 1:59.93. Lochte took 3rd earlier in the 200IM.