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March 31, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
Michael Phelps has spent plenty of time scaling the highest perch of the medal stand. Ryan Lochte was used to stopping a step or two below. Not anymore. Mr. Runner-up is a world champion. While Phelps remained perfect, winning his fifth straight gold medal at the world championships, another American turned things upside down in Melbourne, Australia, yesterday - if only for a night. Ryan Lochte, a laid-back resident of Daytona Beach, Fla., who sounds as if he just wandered in from the surf, pulled off a stunning upset in the 200-meter backstroke, beating the supposedly invincible Aaron Peirsol with a world-record time.
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August 23, 2012 | By Meredith Blake, Los Angeles Times
NEW YORK - Over the weekend, Ryan Lochte celebrated his five Olympic medals the way any red-blooded American male would do: by heading to Las Vegas, slipping into a tiny, star-spangled, hot-pink Speedo, and partying alongside Britain's Prince Harry. Lochte's revelry capped off a weeklong promotional blitz by the swimmer and aspiring actor, including a cameo on the CW soap 90210 , a stroll down the red carpet at the premiere of The Expendables 2 , a striptease performance for Giuliana Rancic and Joan Rivers on E!
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December 13, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
THE LATEST round of NHL labor talks ended with the two sides not even getting into the same room with each other. The players' association and league negotiators met separately Wednesday with federal mediators in suburban New Jersey, holding discussions that didn't immediately appear to have moved the sides any closer to a deal to save the hockey season. There was hope going into Wednesday that negotiations could get back on track to the point they were last Thursday before talks fell apart.
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December 16, 2010 | Daily News staff and wire reports
Ryan Lochte's bid to match Michael Phelps with eight golds at the short-course world championships was derailed when the United States' 400-meter freestyle relay failed to medal on the opening night of the meet in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. France won, followed by Russia and Brazil. The U.S. team was fourth. Earlier, Lochte won the 200 freestyle. China set swimming's first world record of 2010 in the women's 800 freestyle relay. All U.S. swimmers are wearing the initials of Fran Crippen on their warmup suits.
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July 28, 2012 | By Amy Shipley, Washington Post
LONDON - Michael Phelps makes the first of seven attempts to add to his 14 career Olympic medals, three short of the record. Saturday's opener might offer the best race of all. Competition will rage in the 400-meter individual medley as Phelps competes in an event he hates and in which he has recently lost to his biggest rival, the swimmer who manhandled him at the U.S. Olympic trials in July. That would be Ryan Lochte, who will be seeking six gold medals here, including two in events in which Phelps swims, starting with Saturday's much-anticipated final, which represents an extraordinary kickoff for the Olympic competition.
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December 17, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
RYAN LOCHTE won two more races at the short-course world championships in Istanbul on Sunday, finishing the event with six golds and one silver. The result matched his medal total from the last championships, in Dubai in 2010. Lochte won the 100-meter individual medley, a day after he broke the world record in the event. The five-time Olympic champion finished in 51.21 seconds, ahead of Kenneth To of Australia and George Bovell III of Trinidad and Tobago. To started well and led at the halfway mark.
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July 30, 2012 | By Scott Fowler, CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
LONDON - Michael Phelps showed his vulnerability in the very first race of the Olympic swim meet Saturday night, finishing fourth as U.S. teammate Ryan Lochte easily won the 400 individual medley to earn America its first gold medal of these Summer Olympics. What was supposed to be a rivalry turned into a rout, with Lochte leading the field by about three body lengths when the race ended. Phelps, who nearly missed qualifying for the final, was never in real contention and was out-touched at the wall for third.
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July 27, 2009 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Mexico got its first win on U.S. soil in more than 10 years yesterday with a decisive 5-0 victory in the championship of the Gold Cup in East Rutherford, N.J. The Mexicans had been 0-9-2 since a March 1999 victory at San Diego. But they shattered that streak before an overwhelmingly pro-Mexico crowd of 79,156 at Giants Stadium with an offensive onslaught in the second half. Captain Gerardo Torrado scored on a penalty kick in the 56th minute, and the inexperienced U.S. squad came unglued.
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August 20, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Protests, accusations and a strange debate about backstroke turns almost overshadowed Michael Phelps' fourth gold medal, his sixth overall, at the Athens Games. On a night the American swim team won five medals, nothing seemed to matter more at the Olympic Aquatic Center than Aaron Peirsol's brief disqualification in the 200-meter backstroke. "It was a twisted, bizarre night, but it turned out OK," said Peirsol, the fifth male swimmer to sweep the backstroke events at the Olympics.
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June 29, 2008 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Michael Phelps' grueling schedule in the U.S. Olympic swimming trials has gotten a bit easier. He won't be competing in the 400-meter freestyle. The event was one of nine Phelps had entered during the eight-day meet that begins today. But his name was absent from the 400 freestyle heat sheets released last night. The move wasn't unexpected because Phelps' coach, Bob Bowman, had hinted that he would drop the event. Phelps still will be in action on opening day, competing in the 400 individual medley, in which he owns the world record.
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June 27, 2013
Marc Sheftic , 38, a PGA teaching pro at Merion, shot a 76 Wednesday to finish in a four-way tie for fourth with a 283 in the PGA Professional National Championship, qualifying him for the PGA Championship in August. Also qualifying for the PGA was David McNabb , of Applebrook in Malvern, who was tied for ninth with a 286 after shooting a 71. Rod Perry won the event at Sunriver (Ore.) Resort, shooting a 3-under 69 for a 3-stroke victory. The 39-year-old Perry, the PGA head pro at Crane Lakes in Port Orange, Fla., finished at 10-under 277. SOCCER: Paulinho headed Brazil into the Confederations Cup final with an 86th-minute header on Wednesday to give the host nation a 2-1 victory over Uruguay at Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
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December 27, 2012 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
There were the fashion trends of 2012: Color-blocking continued. Women of all shapes delighted in the return of the peplum. Guys and gals frolicked through town in salmon-pink skinny jeans. Metallic wedged sneakers were retro '80s chic. Ombre hair was hot. Ombre nails were hotter. And Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte brought icy grills back into the fashion fold. But there were also the moments. These flashes in time forced us to rethink our shopping habits, challenged our long-standing stereotypes, and allowed guys to be girls and girls to be guys.
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December 17, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
RYAN LOCHTE won two more races at the short-course world championships in Istanbul on Sunday, finishing the event with six golds and one silver. The result matched his medal total from the last championships, in Dubai in 2010. Lochte won the 100-meter individual medley, a day after he broke the world record in the event. The five-time Olympic champion finished in 51.21 seconds, ahead of Kenneth To of Australia and George Bovell III of Trinidad and Tobago. To started well and led at the halfway mark.
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December 13, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
THE LATEST round of NHL labor talks ended with the two sides not even getting into the same room with each other. The players' association and league negotiators met separately Wednesday with federal mediators in suburban New Jersey, holding discussions that didn't immediately appear to have moved the sides any closer to a deal to save the hockey season. There was hope going into Wednesday that negotiations could get back on track to the point they were last Thursday before talks fell apart.
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November 19, 2012
WHEN PONDERING the NHL lockout, we can't help but think back and draw comparisons to last summer's London Olympics. Play along for just a minute. Like NHL Players Association executive director Donald Fehr, swimmer Ryan Lochte had years to practice and focus on his impending battle with incumbent and undisputed pool champion Michael Phelps. Like NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, golden boy Phelps entered London's showdown with his grasp on the sport slipping. His reign was clearly nearing an end after dominating for so long.
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August 25, 2012 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
A nation mourns: Britain has banned photos of the nude Prince Harry 's princely buff bod to be published by media outlets. ("No naughty pics please, we're British. ") The London newspaper the Guardian reports that, due to pressure from a furious royal family, the infamous nude pics, taken during a strip party in a Vegas resort, have been banned from use by the news media in Britain. The ban on buff Harry's buff bod was effected when Clarence House appealed to the media watchdog org Press Complaints Commission (PCC)
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August 23, 2012 | By Meredith Blake, Los Angeles Times
NEW YORK - Over the weekend, Ryan Lochte celebrated his five Olympic medals the way any red-blooded American male would do: by heading to Las Vegas, slipping into a tiny, star-spangled, hot-pink Speedo, and partying alongside Britain's Prince Harry. Lochte's revelry capped off a weeklong promotional blitz by the swimmer and aspiring actor, including a cameo on the CW soap 90210 , a stroll down the red carpet at the premiere of The Expendables 2 , a striptease performance for Giuliana Rancic and Joan Rivers on E!
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August 12, 2012 | By David Hiltbrand, Inquirer Columnist
Congratulations, Ryan Lochte. You just won five medals at the London Olympics. What's next? He's going to Hollywood! That's right. The strapping swimmer has announced his intention to move to Los Angeles. Lochte's agent (that's like a coach who takes 15 percent of everything you own) says that he has already been pitched a number of reality-show concepts in which his client could star. Everyone wants a piece of Ryan. Bachelor host Chris Harrison, referring to his boss, Mike Fleiss, tweeted: "@Fleissmeister just told me he liked Ryan Lochte in his speedo so much he's now on short list for #Bachelor.
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August 7, 2012 | By John Smallwood, Daily News Columnist
WE'VE HEARD the stories about how expensive it can be for families to raise an Olympic-level athlete. Sports like gymnastics and swimming don't just require time, effort and determination, but also a lot of money. Well, Natalie Hawkins, the mother of new Olympic gymnastic all-around champion Gabby Douglas, and Steve and Ike Lochte, the parents of swimmer Ryan Lochte, are feeling the financial crunch. TMZ reported that just a few months ago, Hawkins filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy and that the Lochtes are fighting off foreclosure on their home.
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August 4, 2012 | By Paul Newberry, Associated Press
LONDON - Michael Phelps spent the day Thursday thinking about all the things he's doing for the final time at the pool. It turns out that included one last win over Ryan Lochte. Phelps finally has a gold all his own at his final Olympics. Adding to an already-unprecedented medal collection, he claimed his first individual victory of the London Games and handed Lochte a double disappointment on his rival's final night in the pool. Phelps set the tone right from the start with a dominating butterfly leg to become the first male swimmer to win the same individual event at three straight Olympics in the 200-meter individual medley.
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