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April 22nd 2015:One Dedicated Olympian

Not very often do you get an opportunity to interact with one of the greatest athletes in the WORLD. I met Ryan Lochte about a year ago and realized I met a superstar, even after personally being a part of two Super Bowl-winning teams. He was very polite, showed no signs of arrogance, and generally looked like an extremely happy person. In this show, Lochte and I discuss his childhood, what it feels like to be on the heels of fellow Olympian Michael Phelps then surpass him as the face of USA Swimming, and of course what goes through an athlete's mind and body when a Gold Medal is placed around

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Ryan Lochte

Ryan Lochte has become a transcendent figure in the Olympic world. Ryan is an 11-time Olympic medalist (including five Gold, three Silver, and three Bronze). His seven individual Olympic medals are second all-time in Men’s Swimming and he is the current world record holder in the 200 and 400 individual medley. Ryan has been named both American and World Swimmer of the Year twice in his career (2010 & 2011) and has a total of 70 medals in major international competition including 45 first place finishes. As a Florida Gator, Ryan was a two-time NCAA Swimmer of the Year, 24-time NCAA All-American, and 7-time NCAA Champion. Ryan’s accomplishments in the pool along with his committed fa
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