Gold Medal Swimmers Lochte, Feigen Ordered to Stay in Brazil

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  • US swimmers claim they were victims of armed robbery Sunday
  • Lochte back in the U.S., his father tells Associated Press

Ryan Lochte attends a press conference in Rio on Aug. 12, 2016.

Photographer: Matt Hazlett/Getty Images

A Brazilian judge has issued an order to seize the passports of U.S. swimmers Ryan Lochte and James Feigen as part of an investigation into an alleged armed robbery that targeted the athletes on Sunday.

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