Ryan Lochte Net Worth – Olympic Swimmer Champion

The Olympic swimming champion Ryan Lochte declared updated net worth is of $3 million. Being a successful simmer, Ryan Lochte won 5 times gold medal. He was born in Rochester in New York, USA. The Leo possesses a muscular body weighing 88 kgs and stands tall with 6.2 feet height. He is an American and has a Spanish-Basque-German-Dutch and English ancestry. He was brought up in a big family comprising of his parents and two elder sisters and two younger brothers in Canandaiga, New York, but later relocated to Florida for getting a formal training in swimming.

Ryan Lochte

Net Worth : $5 Million

NameRyan Steven Lochte
Date of BirthAugust 3, 1984
Birth PlaceRochester, New York, United States
ParentsIleana Lochte and Steven R. Lochte
Source of wealthSwimming
Net Worth$5 Million
Height6.2 feet / 1.88 m
Weight88 kg / 194 lb
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From his childhood, Lochte was very mischievous and never serous about anything. He started swimming at a very early age of five and his father Steve Lochte was his coach. He was turned out due to his bad behavior several times and spent most of the time in the shower room rather than in the activity. When in the pool, he used to prank around, pulling leg underwater or disturbing others. For this casual attitude, his father irrespective of his talent, though Lochte would never be able to achieve anything.

Lochte only took swimming seriously in high school junior when he lost the Junior Olympics. He made up his mind to become serious and started working on himself. During his college years in University of Florida, he swam for the Florida Gator’s team and won several times. He completed his graduation in Spot Management in 2007. In 2006, Lochte won several national level competitions and broke the record in 400 meter single medley. Lochte qualified the Olympic trials and played for the same in freestyle relay and individual medley. His team won against the Australian team for the first time. Later in 2004, he stood second for short course championship and secured a bronze for freestyle. The next year also he won bronze medals in World Aquatics Championships.

Lochte was rumored to be linked with an Auatrlian swimmer Blair Evans, but his mother ruled out the fact very casually. He also trademarked his catchword Jeah in 2012. This handsome young swimmer has also made TV appearances and endorsed numerous sports gear products for the magazine Fortune. He earned $2.3 million just by posing for product photo shoots.