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Ryan Lochte shares a few of his thoughts on life in and out of the pool.
In a tin-sided warehouse north of Boston, above Stewy’s Custom Cycles along a steep staircase lined with Olympic posters, Kayla Harrison found sensei Jimmy Pedro Jr. and, through him and his dojo, a gentle way back from sexual abuse.
Ryan Lochte has been building toward the London Games since he walked away from Beijing dissatisfied four years ago.
Diana Taurasi knows it could have been all different.
Michael Phelps is speaking up on the brink of his last Olympics.
Anthony came off the bench to score 23 of his 27 points in the first half, and the Americans beat Spain 100-78 Tuesday night in a rematch of the 2008 Olympic gold-medal game – and a possible preview of the next one.
Dressed up like the Dream Team, this U.S. Olympic basketball squad even played like one for 10 minutes.