Lolo Jones isn't going away. And she's not going to change a thing.
The day after another disappointment at the Olympics, the 30-year-old Jones told The Associated Press she has no plans to retire and would like to still be hurdling at the Rio Games in 2016.
''Last night, Gail Devers called me and said she was . . . 37 when she got her last medal,'' Jones said of the two-time Olympic 100-meter champion.
Jones is backed by big-name sponsors and has appeared on magazine covers, including a recent issue of ''Time.'' Her charisma and childhood narrative -- her family once lived in a church basement in Iowa -- only add to a story that has made her one of the most marketable and high-profile athletes on the US Olympic team.
But she hasn't won much when the stakes are the highest.
She finished fourth in the 100-meter hurdles Tuesday, 0.10 seconds behind bronze medalist Kellie Wells. At Beijing four years ago, Jones came in as the favorite and was leading the final when she hit the nin...