Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Lolo Jones announced back in October that she has decided to train to compete in bobsledding at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia, and it appears as though she is sticking with it. On Tuesday, Jones suffered an apparent injury to her hand while training in Russia. She tweeted the photo you see above with her hand bandaged up and the following caption. “Injured at Practice. Hand bleeding. Need stitches. Stuck. Road closed. If I could give the middle finger I would.” However, the injury did not result in Jones losing her notorious sense of humor. Naturally, she found a way to work her virginity into the equation. “Only stitches but I kept yelling, ‘I don’t want to die a 30yr old virgin!’” she wrote alongside a photo of her receiving medical attention. “And that’s when they gave me pain meds.” Many have insisted that Jones enjoys all the attention she has gotten over being a virgin, and tweets like this would seem to support that theory. She’s always joking about searching for the man of her dreams and has had fun with people connecting her to Tim Tebow, and it doesn’t look like she’s gotten sick of it yet. H/T Busted Coverage The post Lolo Jones suffers hand injury, doesn’t want to die a 30-year-old virgin (Picture) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Amar’e Stoudemire shares picture of his hand full of stitches from nasty injury Jon Jones Pulls Out of Title Fight with Rashad Evans Because of Hand Injury Nick Mangold wears hilarious shirt about Tim Tebow-Lolo Jones situation (Picture)
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