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Ryan Lochte will teach you how to swim for Hurricane Sandy relief

Ryan Lochte at Fashion Week. (Getty)Five-time Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte has many roles: swimmer, actor, future fashion designer, Florida Gator. Now he will add "swim coach" to the list. He's still competing, but he has volunteered his services as a coach to help raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief.

Lochte has joined in the Hurricane Sandy Relief auction, organized by the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Vogue Magazine. The winning bidder and a guest will receive an hour-long swim lesson with Lochte, and then lunch with him afterwards. The starting bid is $4,000. Though no bids have been made, the auction still has 12 days left.

After winning five medals in London, Lochte attended Fashion Week and visited with several fashion designers. He told Fourth-Place Medal that fashion design is his passion, so it's not surprising to see him help out this group as they raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief.

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