Four members of Team USA Swimming spent the day training young athletes in the water.
NewsChannel 3â€™s Blaine Stewart takes us there.
When larger than life celebrities, like 11-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte, visit Naval Station Norfolk, itâ€™s bound to make a splash.
For Lochte and his teammates, Fridayâ€™s swim clinics at the fleet rec pool are more than just a way to inspire young athletes. This is about giving back.
This is the second time Lochte and gold medalist Tyler Clary have partnered with the USO for days like this â€” which hit home for Anthony Ervin, who won the gold in 2000. His father was a marine in the Vietnam War.
This is the first USO tour for Ervin, and Tim Phillips, whoâ€™s quickly learned giving his time to the next generation of Olympic hopefuls may be almost as rewarding as earning another medal.