You read the title correctly. Lolo Jones has competed in both the summer and winter Olympics.
Her most recent endeavor was as a member of the US Women’s Bobsled team, something that allowed the track athlete to gain what she called a “nice bobsled butt.”
Of course since that time the extra weight, and butt, have come off the 31-year-old.
“It was really tough just because...
Lolo Jones has always been in tremendous shape, which is hardly a surprise considering she is both an Olympic hurdler and bobsledder. However, you might be surprised to hear that Jones actually prefers the physical condition she was in when she was training for the Winter Olympics over where she is at right now. During […]
Lolo Jones misses certain facets from Sochi, such as her teammates and bobsled butt.
Olympic bobsledder Lolo Jones says that one of the things she misses most from the Sochi Winter Olympics is the "nice bobsled butt" that she worked so hard to get while training for the event.Jones made the admission while speaking with The Post Game at Wednesday night's ESPY awards in Los Angeles. In the process of dropping the extra weight after the Sochi Olympics...
Left behind: Olympian Lolo Jones misses her bobsled booty as she works to get into track-and-field shape.
Fans across America were ready celebrate a historic win for the U.S. men's national team until the unimaginable occurred. With only seconds remaining in injury time, and the United States leading, 2-1, Portugal scored.U.S. track and field star Lolo Jones was only one of the millions of fans whose heart was broken with that goal and wanted to show what might be called a bi...
MAKE A WISH...
Lolo Jones took to Twitter to chronicle how Olympic drug testers showed up to obtain a urine sample from her Monday, putting a damper on her birthday celebration.
Lolo Jones recently posted a Vine where she complained about the small earnings she received for the bobsledding season. Predictably, it didn't sit well with other members of the US Bobsled community.
OF COURSE SHE DID
A mere three weeks after taking up the sport, US Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones was named one of 24 athletes picked to be on the U.S. bobsled team.
Lolo Jones came under scrutiny on Tuesday after responding to a Twitter challenge from paralyzed former football player Eric LeGrand with a few taunts.
LeGrand, who frequently tweets at other athletes, asked Jones if she wanted to race. Jones sent back a few taunting tweets before learning that LeGrand has been in a wheelchair since suffering a spinal cord injury in a 2010 Rutgers...