Swimmer and Olympian Ryan Lochte says the Tokyo Olympics will be his most important games yet, because it is his opportunity to show that age is just a number, and he can still compete. Lochte struggled with finding joy in swimming following the 2012 Olympic games. It was the birth of his children that helped him reclaim his happiness. Lochte talks about why he keeps his goals secret, but confirms one that might have been leaked. Plus Lochte explains why the Olympics are important to him. And Lochte’s father, Steve, talks about a goal his son has been keeping close to the chest.
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