Ryan Lochte Is Free To Go: Brazilian Appeals Court Rules In American Swimmer’s Favour

Ryan Lochte - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Ryan Lochte is free to go. The American swimmer had been accused and judged guilty of falsely reporting a crime in Brazil after some post-party antics on the last night of racing at the Olympic Games in Rio but now an appeals court has overturned the original ruling.

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Ryan Lochte is free to go. The American swimmer had been accused and judged guilty of falsely reporting a crime in Brazil after some post-party antics on the last night of racing at the Olympic Games in Rio but now an appeals court has overturned the original ruling.

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