Ryan Lochte has become a transcendent figure in the Olympic world. Ryan is a 12-time Olympic medalist (including 6-Gold, 3-Silver, and 3-Bronze). His seven individual Olympic medals are second all-time in Men’s Swimming and he is the current world record holder in the 200 individual medley.
Ryan has been named both American and World Swimmer of the Year twice in his career (2010 & 2011) and has a total of 90 medals in major international competition, including 52 of them Gold – Most all-time medals of any swimmer in history. As a Florida Gator, Ryan was a two-time NCAA Swimmer of the Year, 24-time NCAA All-American, and 7-time NCAA Champion.
☆ Ryan is a 12-time Olympic medalist.
☆ 6-time Olympic Gold Medalist
☆ 3-time Olympic Silver Medalist
☆ 3-time Olympic Bronze Medalist
☆ Holds the World Records in all of the IM Short Course events
☆ 100m IM (50.71) SC Worlds Istanbul
☆ 200m IM (1:49.63) SC Worlds Istanbul
☆ 400m IM (3:55.50) SC Worlds Dubai
☆ 2-time American and World Swimmer of the Year (2010 & 2011)
☆ Holds 90 medals in major international competitions including 52 of them Gold
☆ Most all-time medals of any swimmer in history
☆ 2-time NCAA Swimmer of the Year
☆ 24-time NCAA All-American
☆ 7-time NCAA Champion.