Then [Ryan Lochte] explained how he’d just gotten back from L.A., where he shot a “Got Milk?” commercial: “you know that the milk mustache thing is not really milk. it is a quarter milk, a quarter ice cream, and a quarter of cottage cheese. ewwww!”
That’s only three quarters, of course, but Lochte, also 23, doesn’t let little things like math bother him. In fact, he doesn’t let anything bother him.
As the six-month countdown to the start of the Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro hit calendars across the world, one of Team USA’s biggest stars quietly wrapped up a training session in San Diego.
Swimmer Ryan Lochte spent the past three weeks living at the Chula Vista Olympic Training Center while training at several high school pools across the county with his teammates on Swim Mac Elite based…
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