This American competitive swimmer has won 11 Olympic medals, been challenged to a swimming race by Prince Harry in Las Vegas and featured in a Funny or Die spoof with Sir Patrick Stewart and Simon Pegg. Known for his diamond-encrusted smile, Lochte trademarked the catchphrase “Jeah” in 2012 and of its meaning explained: “It means everything, like, happy. Like if you have a good swim, you say, ‘Jeah!’ It’s good. So I guess it means, ‘good’”. Aside from sport, fashion and acting are his passions. He appeared in the teen drama 90210 in 2012 and of his future plans, commented: “When I hang up the Speedo, then, I’ll put the focus on the design”.
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