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Lori "Lolo" Jones, American track and field and bobsled athlete.the American record holder in the hurdles. Jones also competes on the U. national bobsled team & won a gold medal in the mixed team event at the 2013 World Championships

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50 Hottest American Olympians

LOLO JONES, USA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jt0-qkxeAMg&list=PLZ_qGEoAYMUR3zj5BaX2495bx7aluBZIX&index=1

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LOLO JONES This quote, right here, is so true and completely amazing. It is so motivating. Because, you can do all things through Christ, who strengthens you. My track hero for many years now.

Lolo Jones=inspiration

Daily motivation (25 photos)

"I work 6 days a week, everyday for four years, for a 12 second race." If that's not inspiration then I don't know what is.

Lolo Jones, an inspiration!

How dual-sport athlete Lolo Jones plans to rock this year's Winter Games, and her tricks to making your next workout the best one.

Martin Schoeller photos of Lolo Jones US Olympian.

Martin Schoeller Shoots Olympians

“I’m inspired by failure. The process of defeat – picking yourself back up again is the hardest thing in the world.” - Lori "Lolo" Jones **Track Field and Bobsled Athlete;

Lolo Jones has received more attention than any other American track and field athlete based on what some have called a cynical marketing strategy that is long on hyperbole and short on achievement.

For Lolo Jones at the Olympics, Everything Is Image

Lolo Jones has received more attention than any other American track and field athlete based on what some have called a cynical marketing strategy that is long on hyperbole and short on achievement.

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