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Olympic Games / Britain / Lochte #1027580

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 30, 2012
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(London: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(London: Kevin Tibbles) American swimmer Ryan Lochte profiled; scenes shown of him beating rival Michael Phelps in the London Olympics, training in the pool and on land, his closet full of sneakers; details given about his work with an organization that awards scholarships in honor of Mac Crutchfield†, a 12-year-old swimmer who drowned. [LOCHTE – says this is his shot to prove he’s the real deal; talks about training.] [Father Steve LOCHTE†- talks about Ryan’s introduction to the pool.] [Mac’s mother Maggie CRUTCHFIELD†, sister Savannah CRUTCHFIELD†- comment on Ryan.]

Williams, Brian;
Tibbles, Kevin

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