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May 14, 2003
On May 12, 2003, DOROTHY CATHERINE LOCHTE of Abingdon, MD. Devoted daughter of the late Francis Edward Lochte and Rose Regina Lochte (nee Duffy), loving sister of Edward X. Lochte, Mary E. Allulis, Rose Marie Lochte, Carlotta A. Thomas, Frances J. Lochte, Theresa M. Lochte, Alice E. Lochte, godmother of Patricia Thomas Laemont and many nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Francis De Sales Catholic Church, Abingdon, MD on Thursday, May 15, 2003 at 10 A.M. Interment will be in New Cathedral Cemetery, Baltimore, MD. Friends may call at the family owned McComas Funeral Home, Abingdon, MD on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Those who desire may contribute to Boys & Girls Club, 100 Bel Air Ave., Aberdeen, MD 21001 or St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, 1450 Abingdon Road, Abingdon, MD 21009.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2012
Michael Phelps has his weight in gold medals and bragging rights to the title "Most Decorated Olympian of All Time. " And now he's been immortalized in a Kanye West song. West gives Phelps a shout-out on the song "The One," which is off his new collaborative album "Cruel Summer. " The song features 2 Chainz, Big Sean and Marsha Ambrosius. Though the rap is mainly a paean to Kanye (the apparent "One" in question), and features a few too many four-letter words for a family newspaper, the part with Phelps is cleaner than clean.
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October 24, 2005
On October 22, 2005, H. WILSON "Will" LOCHTE; beloved husband of Carole Lochte (nee Wagner); devoted father of Michael Wilson, Lynne Patricia, Matthew Howard and Jeffrey Kevin Lochte; loving grandfather of James, William, Patrick, Gretchen, Elizabeth and Kevin; dear brother of Albert J., Elizabeth and Richard Lochte. Friends may call at the JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 8521 Loch Raven Blvd. (beltway exit 29B), on Monday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Family and friends are invited to attend a Funeral Mass on Tuesday, in the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, at 11 A.M. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
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By Sarah Haller and Chris Kinling | August 14, 2012
It's hard to focus on tonight's "Bachelor Pad" while we are eagerly awaiting ABC to confirm Olympic gold medalist swimmer Ryan Lochte as the next Bachelor. And this isn't a pipe dream like our " Make Chris Harrison the Next Bachelor " Facebook group. A few days ago, Lochte let slip to Matt Lauer on"Today" that he wanted to be the next Bachelor and appear on "Dancing with the Stars. "  Is he a good candidate? Well, he's single and famous. Without the gold medals, he's just like Bachelor Brad without the southern accent.
NEWS
October 28, 2005
Howard Wilson "Will" Lochte, a retired chemical engineer who had worked for the National Aeronautical and Space Administration, died of prostate cancer Saturday at his Towson home. He was 73. Born in Syracuse, N.Y., he moved to Baltimore with his family in 1943. He was a 1950 graduate of Calvert Hall College High School and earned a bachelor's degree in 1954 from Loyola College. He earned a master's degree in chemical engineering in 1958 from the Johns Hopkins University and a master's in physics from Drexel University in Philadelphia in 1962.
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN REPORTER | July 5, 2008
OMAHA, Neb. -- In roughly 30 minutes last night at the Qwest Center, Ryan Lochte swam the second-fastest 200-meter backstroke ever and the third-fastest 200-meter individual medley ever. And neither time was good enough to win. That's because Aaron Peirsol and Michael Phelps both produced world-record times in those events, highlighting what was by far the most exciting night to date at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials. Dara Torres - a 41-year-old with asthma who came out of retirement after the birth of her daughter, Tessa, two years ago - made her fifth Olympic team by winning the women's 100-meter freestyle.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 9, 2003
Hunter Lochte is not the fastest performer on the lacrosse field, nor does he produce blistering shots or dazzling moves or All-America numbers. But Towson University coach Tony Seaman wonders where his program would be without the big, steady, studious attackman from Boys' Latin. Lochte is not as decorated as other Tigers seniors such as defenseman Adam Baxter, long-stick midfielder Danny Cocchi and attackman Ryan Obloj. Yet, at 6 feet 3, 220 pounds, Lochte usually has found a way to fit in and make a difference.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,Sun Reporter | June 30, 2008
OMAHA, Neb. -- Throughout Michael Phelps' amazing swimming career, only a handful of men have had the courage, the conditioning and the competitive moxie to race him in the 400-meter individual medley and match him stroke for stroke. Ryan Lochte did that last night. He pushed Phelps to the limit, making the world's best swimmer summon something from deep inside himself, something we haven't seen in more than a year. The absolute refusal to lose. Phelps broke his own world record in the 400 IM last night at the U.S. Olympic trials, going 4 minutes, 5.25 seconds, nearly a second faster than the mark he set at the 2007 FINA World Championships in Melbourne, Australia.
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By KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG and KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG,SUN REPORTER | August 5, 2006
IRVINE, Calif. -- Michael Phelps got out of the pool last night after the 200-meter individual medley and admitted, without hesitation, that he was hurting. His legs were tired, his arms were sore, and his lungs were still burning. None of it mattered that much, however. Because for the fifth time during this week's U.S. National Championships at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatic Center, Phelps was a winner. It wasn't easy. In fact, it was probably Phelps' toughest race this year. Even though his time of 1:56.
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By Lisa Dillman and Lisa Dillman,Tribune Newspapers | July 31, 2009
ROME - - Michael Phelps, quick in the pool, was nearly as fast with a race review Thursday night. It came from his vantage point in the stands where he observed the men's 200-meter individual medley from behind his shades, sans shirt, making a concession to the Roman heat. "He texted me and said, 'That was a great swim and I think it's still beatable,'" said Phelps' coach Bob Bowman. "And he may be right." They plan to find out after Phelps' longtime rival, Ryan Lochte, offered a new plot twist in the event, winning the 200 IM at the world championships in a world record 1 minute, 54.10 seconds, erasing Phelps' world mark.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | August 3, 2012
For folks who simply can't get enough Phelps this week, by all means splash down into this adorable Lego reanimation of Thursday's Olympic showdown made by London's The Guardian. The video short replays the action of the 200M individual medley where Michael Phelps claimed his first personal gold of the 2012 games. The creators not only managed to include all of the action in the pool, there's shots of Debbie Phelps and the Phelps sisters in the stands and even a little wink to the famous Michael Phelps breakfast.
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By Jean Marbella and The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2012
Juggling congratulatory phone calls from President Obama and tweets from supermodel Bar Refaeli, the most decorated Olympian ever still got the job done in the pool: Michael Phelpsswam to a second-seed finish in the 100-meter butterfly preliminaries Thursday morning. It was a nostalgic moment for Phelps as he winds down his fourth and final Games here on Saturday. "This was my last prelim heat ever," he said after coming in second overall to Chad le Clos, the young South African swimmer who grew up idolizing him and won gold to Phelps' silver in Tuesday night's 200-meter butterfly.
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By Rachel Marsden | August 2, 2012
Mitt Romney and I are competing in a new Olympic event that involves proffering unvarnished criticism of the Olympics themselves. We're the Lochte and Phelps of this event -- appearing united when necessary and when it serves us both, and appearing divided when Mitt says something really stupid. Last week, I blamed cronyism for the awarding of the sole-source security contract for the entire Olympic Games to a company that failed to deliver, requiring the British military to step in at the last minute to pick up the slack.
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Baltimore Sun staff | August 2, 2012
With Michael Phelps' script calling for him to exit pool left after these Games, every day brings another last - of a particular race, for example, or a final matchup against a worthy rival. But even after four Olympics, Phelps is finding firsts. Thursday night, he became the first male swimmer to win the same event in three consecutive Olympics - the 200-meter individual medley. It may be a rather nuanced title, full of qualifications, compared to those he already has after his name, such as the most-decorated Olympian moniker earned Tuesday night.
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Baltimore Sun reporter | July 29, 2012
Highlights from this morning's swimming preliminaries, including Ryan Lochte's thoughts on being added to the 4 X 100 freestyle relay. *"There's some talk about it," Lochte said of possibly swimming in the 400 free relay, "but at the end of the day it is the coaches' decision and they are going to put the best four guys they think are right. I just have to wait and see if they put me on or not. " In other actual, rather than speculated, events: *Allison Schmitt of North Baltimore Aquatic Club led her entire 400-meter freestyle - like the tip of birds flying in V-formation - until the end, when she was out-touched by Camille Muffat of France.
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By Jean Marbella and The Baltimore Sun | July 29, 2012
Michael Phelps will swim the second leg of tonight's 400-meter freestyle relay, with Ryan Lochte anchoring the always exciting race in which the U.S. faces stiff competition from the Australian team. Phelps, who traditionally leads off the relay, is coming off Saturday's sluggish 400-meter individual relay, his fourth-place finish leaving him without a medal. His rival Lochte won gold with a powerful swim. Sprinters Nathan Adrian and Cullen Jones swim first and third, respectively.
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By RICK MAESE | August 15, 2008
BEIJING - Michael Phelps had that look in his eyes - by now, you know the one - as he stared across the table, eyeballing the competition. The game was 500 Rummy, and because there's a winner and a loser, Phelps' objective was clear: He would obliterate the foe sitting across from him at all costs. There was no way he was about to let his grandma beat him. "Gran, I am out to win," he told her, "whether it's you or anybody else." The opponent doesn't actually matter. Sometimes it's Grandma.
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By Ernest F. Imhoff and Ernest F. Imhoff,SUN STAFF | March 3, 1996
The Prisoners Aid Association of Maryland Inc. -- one of the state's oldest social service agencies and one with a somewhat misleading name -- plans to expand its work of housing and counseling ex-offenders.The association plans to broaden its housing program in cooperation with the Mayor's Office on Homeless Services, said Joseph A. Lochte Jr., executive director.Prisoners Aid, at 2000 N. Calvert St., provides housing of up to 30 days in a shelter on East Lanvale Street and has bought three other area houses on East 20th Street to convert into longer-term facilities.
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By Jean Marbella and The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2012
Who was that swimmer in the far lane, finishing fourth and failing to medal? A sluggish-looking Michael Phelps launched his final Olympics Saturday night in uncharacteristic fashion, leaving the pool without a stop at the medal platform after a fourth-place finish in the 400-meter individual medley. It's the first time he has exited a Summer Games event empty-handed since his first Olympics in 2000. Instead, his rival Ryan Lochte was the one who swam dominantly, taking the lead in the first 100 meters to win the first gold medal awarded in the eight-day swimming competition.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2012
Surging to one of his trademark late-breaking finishes, Michael Phelps won his final event - the 100-meter butterfly - at the Olympic qualifying trials Sunday night, and heads to London likely to swim the same eight races that produced his record-breaking gold-medal haul. "It shows I can do an event program like this at a high level again," said Phelps, who qualified for five events in London and is expected to be named to three relay teams as he was in Beijing. "I think we were struggling over the last couple of years doing one event at this level.
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