American swimming superstar Ryan Lochte has backup plans ready for the event he receives a ban from swimming.
“I would definitely go and start working with kids. Teaching them things that I’ve learned throughout my swimming career because I have so much love and passion for swimming that I just want to make it bigger,” Lochte told TMZ Sports when asked what he’ll do if USOC bans him from competition. (RELATED: Speedo Ends Ryan Lochte’s Endorsement Deal After Events In Rio)
Lochte’s trouble stem from his alleged actions at a gas station in Rio. Three of his teammates and himself were held at gunpoint until handing over money. (RELATED: Everybody On Twitter Is Using The Ryan Lochte Circus To Complain About ‘White Privilege’)
It looks like the Lochte drama is far from being over.