Ryan Lochte, 11 Time Olympic Medalist, Wants to Have A Family: In Relationship With Water
- Date of Birth 1984-08-03
- Age 35 Years 11 Month(s)
- Nationality American
- Birth Place Rochester, New York, United States
- Profession Swimmer
- Birth Name Ryan Steven Lochte
- Nick Name Reezy, The Lochtenator
- Zodiac Sign Leo
- Ethnicity/Race Mixed
- Father Steven R. Lochte
- Mother Ileana Lochte
- Brother/s Brandon Lochte, Devon Lochte
- Sister/s Kristin Lochte, Megan Lochte
- Son/s Caiden Zane Lochte
- Daughter/s Liv Rae Lochte
- Relationship Status Married
- Wife/Spouse Kayla Rae Reid (m. 2018)
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Wedding Date January 9, 2018
- Ex-Girlfriend K. Michelle (2012)
- Gay No
- Dating/Affair No
- Net Worth $6 Million
- Career 2004–present
- High School Junior High School
- College University of Florida
- Height/ How Tall? 6'2" (1.88 m)
- Weight 88 kg (194 lbs)
- Feet (Shoe) Size 14 (US)
- Hair Short
- Hair Color Light Brown
- Eye Color Blue
11-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte admits that he currently is in a relationship with water and wants to settle down soon; have a family once the summer Olympics in Rio, which held from August 5, 2016, gets over.
Caption: Is Ryan Lochte A Typical White Liar?
Ryan Lochte has backed five golds, three silver, and three bronze in the Olympics. He is an American swimmer who holds the world record in 4×200 meter in the freestyle relay. Ryan Lochte, who is only 31 years old and spouseless. Ryan has made up his mind and is ready to settle down. On your marks, ladies!
“I'm at a point where I'm ready to settle down. Every girl I meet, though, something wrong happens, and I end up getting hurt”- Ryan Lochte.
Everything for Fans!
Be it his hunky washboard abs, five gold medals or hypnotizing blue eyes, there is no doubt Ryan Lochte has been a center of attraction of ladies.
“I get asked to, you know, lift up my shirt to see my abs or it’s … I think it’s my eyes,” he told The Insider With Yahoo in San Antonio, Texas. “They say, like, my eyes are very soothing.”
“I’ve been asked to sign women’s foreheads, their breasts, their butts, their stomachs,” he said. “I mean, I don’t want to upset a fan.”
Relationship with water. Really?
For a matter of fact, there is enormous fan following of this record holder swimming champion, Ryan Lochte. And there are many female fans lining up to be with him and date him. But recently he has been seen saying that he is in relation but with water. LOL
“I’m in a relationship, and it’s the water,” he confessed. “That’s all I have time for right now," he added.
Settling Down With a Family
Summer Olympics Games in Rio are set to be held from August 5, 2016, and Ryan seems to focus on that currently. But as soon as it ends, he is ready for commitments.
“I really want to … settle down,” he said. “I want to have a family. I’m 31 going on 32, and I wanna have a family of my own,” he admitted. Well, We'll soon see after the Olympics then!
Land in Trouble!
Breaking: Ryan Lochte will be suspended 10 months, to 6/30/17. He also will be banned from the 2017 world swimming championships in July.— Christine Brennan (@cbrennansports) September 7, 2016
US swimmer Ryan Lochte will be suspended from his sports for ten months, and it results that he won't be allowed to participate in the 2017 world championship meet. It is solely the result of his role in a scandal in Rio de Janeiro during the Olympics.
Three other swimmers who were alleged in the episode at a Rio gas station such as Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger, and James Feigen also face suspensions but not as long as Ryan Lochte's. The source spoke on the condition of anonymity of the decision because the decision has not been announced publicly.
Lochte has since taken responsibility of Rio publicly and said that the international Olympic scandal was all his fault and caused by "immature behavior." He said to NBC's Matt Lauer:
"I over-exaggerated that story, and if I had never done that, we wouldn't be in this mess.”
Moreover, Lauer asked Lochte about using the word such as "victims" in an earlier interview while police have said the swimmers were vandals. He responded saying:
"It's how you want to make it look like.Whether you call it a robbery or whether you call it extortion or us paying just for the damages, we don't know. All we know is there was a gun pointed in our direction and we were demanded to give money."