Ryan Lochte, Conor Dwyer Discuss 2012 Olympics, Future After London

Gold medalist joins fellow athletes in capitalizing on their first-place finishes.
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london, where they are now enjoying some well-earned days of r&r, ryan lochte and cr dwyer. A couple of florida gators, together now again. Now, that you get your responsibilities, your heats done in the first week, what's it like to be over there, really, as tourists, enjoying london? It's kind of weird because we're done with our part of the olympics. But they're still going on. There's so many more events still left to go watch. It's kind of weird. Yeah. It's been nice. We've been able to see the stadium the past couple of days. Just get in and enjoy the olympics, being a spectator. Some of your u.S. Teammates there, the women's water polo and soccer. Conor, I want to ask you. You come of age in the era of ryan and michael phelps. I want toask, what's it like not just to be teammates with them but to compete against them? Ryan showed me the ropes the last three years, training to get to this level. But I think it's good for us to be swimming with some of the greatest of all-time. Ryan, five medals overall. When you look back at the london games for yourself, how will you see them? I always like to put myself as an "a" student. I played these games as an a-minus because I felt there was still room for improvement. I'm going home to my country with five olympic medals. And I'm really happy about that. And a gold in the 400 i.M. That's a brutal event. Congratulations on that alone. There's been some talk about what you're going to do after the games. We are hearing offers to do a reality show. What would the ryan lochte reality show look like? I don't know. It probably wouldn't be your normal reality tv show because I'm not a normal guy. Conor, what do you think the ryan lochte reality show would look like? I think it would be interesting. Something that fans would like to see. He'd do pretty well for himself in that. Ryan, thanks, in part, to comments from your mom, your love life has become front and center. But if you had to pick one, "dancing with the stars" or "the bachelor," which would you choose? I would definitely have to go Good morning, america. Breaking overnight, a dangerous race against time into deadly cold to the planet's most remote place. All to save an american scientist. We go inside the extraordinary And I mean, I have that competitive edge in me. So, I definitely have to go with "dancing with the stars." All right. Hey, michael phelps said today, he's not ruling it out. Maybe we'll see the two of you on the ballroom floor. Conor, I expect to see you in four years in rio. How about you, ryan? Will you be adding to the 11 overall in four years? Definitely. That's my biggest goal, going for another four years in rio. And I told people, if I'm still having fun, I'm going to go for another four years after that. That's great to hear. Of course, gator nation is doing the chomp for you guys. But the nation, as a whole, salutes you again. Congratulations on a wondrous games. And we'll see you back. Thank you. Thank you very much. George? These guys are going to keep at it. That is great.

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