Ryan Lochte definitely has won his fair share of female fans, and he probably didn't even need to win a gold medal to do it.
Maybe it's his boyish charm; his baby blues; his swimmer's physique; or his all-American grill that drives the girls wild. His mom has said that he's into one-night stands, and he's been linked to Australian swimmer Blair Evans and reality show star K Michelle. However, the ladies' man might have scared a few fish in the sea away with one of his recent comments.
Ryan Seacrest recently asked Ryan an uncomfortable question that lots of swimmers probably get asked: does he pee in the pool? And according to Ryan Lochte, he did mark his territory at the Olympics. Here's what he said about his method of warming up by warming up the water around him:
"Of course. I think there's just something about getting into chlorine water that you just automatically go. [I didn't] during the races, but I sure did in warm-up."
So apparently there's more than one way of going for the gold.
Unfortunately swimmers probably just have to get used to the idea that they're surrounded by lots of other people's urine when they're in the waterÂ—swimmers might feel the need to pee in the pool because of the temperature change their bodies experience when they jump in the water; because they drink a lot to stay hydrated before competing; or because of nerves.
Since Ryan's pool peeing habit might be a big turnoff to non-aquatic admirers like K Michelle, perhaps he's better off pursuing a fellow swimmer like Blair Evans. She's probably let it go in the pool, too, so she wouldn't find his admission completely disgusting.
Now fans of the Olympics probably won't watch swimming events in the same way as they wonder about the bodily functions of all of the competitors and notice just how much they have to keep their mouths open during their races. Olympic swimmers make a lot of sacrifices to become the best in the world at what they do, but who knew that sanitation was something that they had to give up in order to be great?
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