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  • Is Ryan Lochte really dumb? Recap of “What Would Ryan Lochte Do?”

     
    Is Ryan Lochte really dumb? Last night’s premiere episode of What Would Ryan Lochte Do? certainly hammed up his idiocy, but this time Lochte has to be in on the joke. Right? The quirky, celebrated Olympic swimmer knows he’s an all-American...
  • What Would Ryan Lochte Do? premiere date, time, channel

     
    What Would Ryan Lochte Do? is set to premiere on E! Sundays beginning April 21 at 10pmET. Five-time Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte wants more than endorsements and Olympic fame. He’s setting his eyes on Hollywood in a big way, securing his...
  • Eva Longoria, Ryan Lochte, “Devious Maids” cast on hand at 2012 ALMA Awards

     
    This past Sunday, the 2012 National Council of La Raza (NCLR) American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Awards event was taped in Los Angeles, honoring American Latinos in the entertainment industry, television, film and music. The awards coincide with the...
  • Tonight: Miley Cyrus on ‘Two and a Half Men’; a return to Earth on ‘The Big Bang Theory’

     
    The highlights Thursday night: 1. Miley Cyrus plays the daughter of Walden's friend on “Two and a Half Men” at 8:31 p.m. on CBS.¬†She looks quite different from her days as Hannah Montana, as the photo indicates, but Jake (Angus T. Jones) seems...
  • Apolo Anton Ohno hosts GSN’s new “Minute to Win It”

     
    Olympic speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno hosts GSN's new incarnation of Minute to Win It, the game show that ran on NBC from 2010-11. Olympic speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno hosts GSN's new incarnation of Minute to Win It (premiering Tuesday, June 25, at 8pm...
  • Shaquille O’Neal and Nick Cannon host Cartoon Network’s Hall of Game Awards 2013

     
    There will once again be a slew of athletes and celebrity presenters at Cartoon Network's Hall of Game Awards, now in its third year and premiering Feb. 11 at 7pm ET/PT on the network. The Hall of Game Awards let viewers vote for and honor their...
  • Magnuson wins 50-meter butterfly

     Magnuson wins 50-meter butterfly
    INDIANAPOLIS — Her swimming career has lasted long enough for 2008 Olympic silver medalist Christine Magnuson to become the second oldest member of the U.S. women's team at next month's world championships in Barcelona. Yet the 27-year-old from...
  • Friday's local roundup: Two area golfers win flights at VSGA Women's Senior Amateur

    Golf: Two Peninsula-area players won their flight championships Friday at the Virginia State Golf Association Women's Senior Amateur in Hot Springs. Ann Mennell of Yorktown defeated Anne Gordon Greever of Richmond 2-and-1 on The Homestead's Old Course...
  • Tough meet should be "catalyst" for U.S. swimmer Cordes

    Tough meet should be "catalyst" for U.S. swimmer Cordes
    Last week, Kevin Cordes had described his sub-par performances in the individual breaststroke events at his first long-course World Championships as something to learn from. Sunday in Barcelona, he got a particularly harsh lesson. The 19-year-old from...
  • Cordes 7th in 100 breast at worlds

    Cordes 7th in 100 breast at worlds
    Kevin Cordes was the youngest swimmer in Monday's 100-meter breaststroke final at the World Swimming Championships in Barcelona, and international competition in the discipline usually is not a young man's game. That showed as the 19-year-old from...
  • Anchor away: Franklin full steam ahead on relay leg

    Anchor away: Franklin full steam ahead on relay leg
    Missy Franklin met another new challenge Thursday: Anchoring a relay in a global championship. And just to make it a little harder, her U.S. team was 1.12 seconds behind Australia in the 4 x 200-meter freestyle relay at the World Championships in...
  • Katie Ledecky breaks U.S. mark in 1,500-meter freestyle

    Katie Ledecky took on the most grueling challenge of her swimming career and won three times. The Maryland swimmer pulled away in the women's 1,500-meter freestyle final at the Saturday at the national swimming championships in Indianapolis, winning...