Some athletes just can’t get enough of the Olympic buzz. After competing at the London Games this year and finishing fourth in the 100-metre hurdles, American track and fielder Lolo Jones has decided to give it another shot. But she’s not waiting another four years.
On Friday, October 5, the hurdles specialist competed in the U.S. bobsled push-start championships, along with two other members of the Team USA track team, Hyleas Fountain and Tianna Madison.
U.S. coach Todd Hayes explained that he’d invited the Olympic veterans as part of a move to “boost team morale”.
Jones tied for seventh place.