The Olympic swimmer revealed to Ryan Seacrest that he does relieve himself in the water while he swims. “Of course. I think there’s just something about getting into chlorine water that you just automatically go. [I didn’t] during the races, but I sure did in warm-up.”
Since you swim faster in cold water, maybe that’s why he lost to Michael Phelps in their final head-to-head matchup?
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