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Ryan Lochte, great swimmer but terrible at interviews

Ryan Lochte, great swimmer but terrible at interviews

(2:08) American swimmer and eleven-time Olympic medalist (5 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze) Ryan Lochte may be fast in the water, but not so fast inside his head.

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Guest: Your Nan (2024 days ago)
What do you expect, he's American.
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What do you expect, he's American.
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Guest: Englishrdumber (2024 days ago)
That's pretty funny, but honestly he sounds like every major athlete that hasn't rehearsed a speech. At least he's not English. They sound worse.
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That's pretty funny, but honestly he sounds like every major athlete that hasn't rehearsed a speech. At least he's not English. They sound worse.
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glortman glortman (2022 days ago)
Latest comment: There is more than one way to be smart. Speaking extemporaneously is one of them. He clearly understands his body, the psychology of his sport, and how to move. He has also learned to navigate the power structures within his sport, , so in the words of Howard Gardener, he possesses both intrapersonal, kinaesthetic and some interpersonal intelligence. Some people give a crappy interview. Even Mitt Romney, who has two degrees from Harvard is terrible at interviews and thinking on his feet (which incidentally, I believe should exclude him from governing a very powerful and desperate nation).
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Latest comment: There is more than one way to be smart. Speaking extemporaneously is one of them. He clearly understands his body, the psychology of his sport, and how to move. He has also learned to navigate the power structures within his sport, , so in the words of Howard Gardener, he possesses both intrapersonal, kinaesthetic and some interpersonal intelligence. Some people give a crappy interview. Even Mitt Romney, who has two degrees from Harvard is terrible at interviews and thinking on his feet (which incidentally, I believe should exclude him from governing a very powerful and desperate nation).
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