After that I trained hard and I never lost there again." As a member of the Florida Gators swimming and diving team, he swam for coach Gregg Troy in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and Southeastern Conference (SEC) competition from 2004 to 2007.Tags: dating an old flameFacetime live adult chatChat with horny hot girls free no sign upsakura and sasuke games of datingjapanese men dating black womendating website for handicapped peopleBolivia cam sexy
It was the first loss for the Australian team in six years.
At the 2006 FINA Short Course World Championships in Shanghai, held just two weeks after the 2006 NCAA Championships, Lochte won three individual titles, one silver, and one bronze.
Individually, he currently holds the world record in the 200-meter individual medley (long and short course) and 400-meter individual medley (short course).
Lochte's success has earned him Swim Swam's Swammy Award for US Male Swimmer of the Year in 2013, the World Swimmer of the Year Award and the American Swimmer of the Year Award twice.
In his first event, Lochte finished second to Phelps in the 400-meter individual medley.
In his first event at the 2008 Summer Olympics, Lochte won the bronze medal in the 400-meter individual medley behind Phelps and Cseh.
He won the 200-meter individual medley and the 200-meter backstroke, setting new world records in both events.
At the 2007 World Aquatics Championships in Melbourne, Australia, Lochte won his first individual gold medal at a long course world championships in the 200-meter backstroke against compatriot Aaron Peirsol, breaking Peirsol's world record and his seven-year win streak in the event.
The final time of .21 was a championship record and just ahead of Russia (.52) and France (.89).
With Phelps not competing in the 200 or 400-meter individual medley at these championships, Lochte won the gold in both events.