Found October 23, 2012 on
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In case the London Olympics left you feeling that you need more Lolo Jones in your life, there’s some good news out of Lake Placid, NY. Everybody’s favorite chaste hurdler is attempting to make the US bobsled team, and she’s off to a good start. On the opening night of team selection races Saturday, Jones [...]
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Lolo Jones is performing admirably as a push-athlete at the US Olympic bobsled qualifiers, finishing in second place at the opening night of races.
Lolo Jones fans who are upset about not being able to watch their favorite hurdler compete for four years may not have to wait that long. Jones, who made headlines in London this past summer with her controversial Twitter presence and some shocking statements, is now hoping she can do something in the winter that she couldn't do in the Summer Games -- win a gold...
Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones has posted an impressive start at the U.S. bobsled team selection races.
Seeking a push-athlete spot, Jones and pilot Jazmine Fenlator finished second in the opening night of selection races Saturday, their combined two-run time of 1 minute, 57.01 seconds just 0.05 seconds behind Jamie Greubel and Aja Evans (1:56.96). It was Jones' competitive bobsled...
An interesting development for those of you who follow Olympic Sports. U.S Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones is now U.S National bobsled team member.
Jones was announced this morning as one of 6-push athletes named to the squad along with 4x100 meter Olympic Gold Medalist Tianna Madison.
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Jones, who is one of the more popular track...