The mother of 27-year-old US swimming champion Ryan Lochte has spoken quite candidly about her son’s dating habits. Ike Lochte said her son has one night stands because he is “too busy to commit” and is “always on the go”.
Ike’s words come after Ryan spoke about his dating techniques with Women’s Heath magazine. He said: “Some guys keep staring but I’ll give a wink and come back later because it keeps her thinking.” Well, ah, he sounds like a keeper.
What happens when you bring 10,000 extremely fit young men and women, who hardly have time to socialise in their every day lives together in one place for a fortnight? Sex. That’s what.
Thousands of free condoms will be available in the Athlete’s village during the 2 weeks of the Olympics and according to some athletes – they’ll be in high demand.
Shana Mullin, a British beach volleyballer has said “the Olympics is the height of your career, so you might do some things you don’t usually do”.
Twenty-one-year-old Australian rower Josh Booth has been arrested after he allegedly went on an ‘alcohol-fueled rampage’ through the streets of London. The Melbourne student made his Olympic debut in the men’s eight this week – the team unfortunately finished last in yesterday’s final.
According to the ABC: “Australian officials say Booth apparently took out his disappointment on three shopfronts in the village of Egham, in Surrey, in the early hours of the morning. Booth allegedly climbed up onto a second floor veranda and kicked in a glass door. A nearby window is also said to have been shattered.” Australian Olympic officials are yet to decide if they’ll take action against Booth.
Jessica Fox, an 18-year-old journalism student from Sydney, has won the silver medal in the kayaking. Her mother, Myriam, won a bronze medal in the event 16 years ago and her father, Richard, was one of the UK’s best ever canoeists.