Ryan Lochte

Respect Athletes for Their Talents, Not Their Looks

Marci Warhaft-Nadler | Posted 09.11.2013 | Canada Living
Marci Warhaft-Nadler

This isn't about whether or not Marion Bartoli is attractive, this is about the fact that it just shouldn't matter. She won at Wimbledon! I'm disgusted that there's more discussion going on about where she ranks on the "sexy meter" than any of her matches.

What Would Ryan Lochte Do?

Denette Wilford | Posted 12.10.2013 | Canada TV
Denette Wilford

If frat guy good looks, a hot swimmer's bod, and a dopey personality is your thing, then you might find Lochte's antics entertaining. The premiere episode highlighted Lochte Flag Football (a weekly occurance, we're made to believe), a Lochte House Party, the Lochte family out for a night of bowling, and a night in with Ryan's older sisters (maybe the most entertaining part of the show) as they geared up to watch his favourite movie, "What Women Want." But how there will be enough material to fill the remaining seven episodes is beyond me.

London 2012: The Most Hygienic Games Ever?

Jason Tetro | Posted 10.03.2012 | Canada Living
Jason Tetro

2012-07-25-olympicbanner.png There has been one more bombshell occurring in London -- though it hasn't quiet made the same kind of headlines as Ye Shiwen . In contrast to all the prognostication of infectious diseases outbreaks and epidemics that could potentially lead to a pandemic, including my own, the reality is that germs have played almost no role at the Games.

Canada At The Games: Lochte vs. Phelps

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 07.23.2012 | Canada

In Beijing, Michael Phelps put on one of the finest sporting displays at an Olympics, ever. Phelps dominated his competition and won a record 8 gold m...

Vogue's Depiction of Female Athletes? Last Place

The Vancouver Observer | Posted 07.29.2012 | Canada
The Vancouver Observer

The June cover of Vogue, featuring Team USA, has been compared to a scene from the popular TV show, Baywatch. Somehow, even to a mainly female audience, the women athletes in Vogue aren't given the chance to pose as the powerful athletes they are, but are toned down to conform to harmless stereotypes.