Found June 17, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
PLAYERS: Lolo Jones

Just so you are aware, paychecks for those competing on the United States bobsled aren’t the biggest. This is why many of those we typically see every four years are also busy busting their humps at day jobs in between workout sessions. Basically, one cannot live off the money they get paid to be apart of the bobsled team. Even the well-known Lolo Jones. We are going to assume Lolo is just making a little joke. We also believe Lolo has plenty of money left over from the several sponsorships and the enormous exposure she received last summer at the Summer Olympics, even though she failed to medal. Hopefully nobody gets too bent out of shape about this, but Lolo has a way at getting people riled up with her candor. Jones began competing for the US team this past winter, and has a solid chance at making the Olympic team which will compete next winter in Sochi,Russia.

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