Lia Thomas Calls it Quits: “Nobody Wants Me On Their Team”

Lia Thomas Calls it Quits: “Nobody Wants Me On Their Team”

There is currently no factual information to suggest that Lia Thomas, a former NCAA National Champion and swimmer, has declared retirement from professional swimming, alleging discrimination. Furthermore, the details presented in the initial paragraphs of this story seem to be fictional and lack any grounding in reality.

ALLOD Sportsball Analyst Tara Newhole clarified that there is a high likelihood that some or all of the information in the opening paragraphs is entirely false. She noted, “Sometimes we write what we hope and pray for rather than what actually occurred.”

Contrary to the fabricated narrative, Thomas did not dominate women’s competitive swimming for two years, winning seven national titles and breaking nine world records. Newhole emphasized that Thomas was not a powerhouse in the sport, having won in only one event and never approaching a world record.

Newhole also criticized Riley Gaines, who is mentioned in the story, labeling her as a “little crybaby” and highlighting that her podium aspirations were not hindered by Thomas, given that Gaines tied for 5th place. She asserted that Gaines would be relatively unknown if not for the association with Thomas.

In conclusion, it’s essential to rely on verified information and refrain from spreading or believing unverified claims. As of now, there is no indication that Lia Thomas has retired or made the statements mentioned in the fictional story. God Bless America.