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U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte might participate in the next edition of ABCs Dancing with the Stars, sources told ESPN.com.ABC spokesman George Zaralidis said in a statement that we do not comment on casting rumors. Representatives for the 32-year-old Lochte arent saying anything, either.Sources told ESPN.com that ABC officials initiated conversations before the Summer Games about Lochte appearing on the celebrity show, and negotiations continued after the 12-time Olympic medalist was involved in a drunken incident at a Rio de Janeiro gas station for which he has since apologized.Sources said negotiations proceeded so smoothly last week that Lochte was a virtual shoo-in to be on the 23rd season of the show, which begins Sept. 12.The announcement of the cast is scheduled to take place on ABCs Good Morning America on Tuesday.On Aug. 14, the morning after the swimming competition ended at the Rio Games, Lochte and three teammates asked a cab driver to stop at a gas station so they could use the restroom. The group urinated outside the station, and Lochte damaged a promotional poster. Two security guards confronted the men, and guns were drawn during an altercation. The Americans paid about $50 before they were allowed to go.Lochtes version of the story changed several times. In an interview with NBC on the morning of the incident, Lochte said the taxi he was in was pulled over, and he was robbed and had a gun put to his head. Three days later, he told NBC that he and the other swimmers were victims and that he hadnt made up the story.On Aug. 19, Lochte apologized on Instagram, saying he accept[ed] responsibility for my role in this happening and have learned some valuable lessons. The next day, in an interview with Today, he said he was intoxicated during the incident and that he overexaggerated the story.The three other swimmers -- Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger and Jimmy Feigen -- have all released statements apologizing for their role in the scandal, as well.On Monday, Lochte lost all of his sponsorships. Three -- Speedo, Gentle Hair Removal and Airweave -- announced they would sever their deals with Lochte. Ralph Lauren, which had a deal with Lochte through the Olympics, said it wouldnt renew a deal with him.Lochte finished the Rio Games with only one medal -- a gold in the 4x200 relay.Dancing with the Stars wouldnt be Lochtes first foray into reality television. He had a reality show on E! in 2013 called What Would Ryan Lochte Do? Affordable Jordans For Sale . -- The boos poured down on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots at the end of a horrible first half. Discount Jordan Shoes Wholesale . The Americans, skipped by John Shuster, seized the advantage in the eighth end by scoring five points for a 7-3 lead. 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Obama cancelled a planned September meeting in Moscow on Wednesday in a diplomatic rebuke over Russias harbouring of NSA leaker Edward Snowden, having also said in a television interview hours earlier that he had "no patience" with countries who discriminate against gay people. "I think (President Vladimir) Putin and Russia have a big stake in making sure the Olympics work," Obama said Tuesday night on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. "And I think they understand that for most of the countries that participate in the Olympics, we wouldnt tolerate gays and lesbians being treated differently. "And if Russia wants to uphold the Olympic spirit, then every judgment should be made on the track, or in the swimming pool, or on the balance beam, and peoples sexual orientation shouldnt have anything to do with it." There have been a few calls for a boycott of the Sochi Games, after a law signed by Putin last month banned the "propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations" and imposed fines for providing informatioon about the gay community to minors or holding gay pride rallies.dddddddddddd Foreign citizens arrested under the law can be jailed for 15 days and then deported. Going into next years games in Russia, theres also concern about a long-running problem of violence against gays, as well as a new law restricting adoptions of Russian children by people in countries allowing same-sex marriage. The IOC said it has received assurances "from the highest level of government in Russia that the legislation will not affect those attending or taking part in the Games." The sporting body also pledged to ensure there would be no discrimination against athletes, officials, spectators and the media in Sochi. However, the Human Rights Campaign, a leading U.S. gay-rights group, said the IOC should take a stronger stand. "They should be advocating for the safety of all LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) people in Russia, not simply those visiting for the Olympics," said HRC President Chad Griffin earlier this month. "Rescinding this heinous law must be our collective goal." Files from The Associated Press were used for this report. ' ' '

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