Lolo Jones, a famous virgin, is sick and tired of all you heathens failing to understand what God created sex for.
Lolo Jones, the world's second-most-famous track athlete, has called it a season despite three remaining meets left in the IAAF Diamond League, she announced today via Facebook.
Fifteen hundred fans crowd the bleachers on a Friday night in Bloomington, Indiana. They're here for the American Track League's debut meet, sure. But really, they're here to see Lolo Jones.
Earlier tonight, track/bobsled athlete Lolo Jones posted a tweet with Drake and Rihanna being the butts of her joke. That did not go over well with Rihanna's enormous fanbase, along with others.
Earlier this week, to the surprise of many, Lolo Jones was named to the Olympic bobsled team, despite having only been in the sport for a few years. The teammates she beat out and many independent observers believe it's a conspiracy on the part of USA Bobsled and NBC. Jones is there not because she's the better…
Comedian Pete Holmes has found a bit of a niche on his comedy show: he's really good at conducting painfully awkward interviews with famous athletes.
Lolo Jones turned 31 last night. She also got a surprise visit from the PED police, which wasn't supposed to be part of the celebration. But Jones refused to let that spoil her good time, so she brought 'em along!
According to one athlete with knowledge of the situation, Olympic hopefuls Lolo Jones and Aja Evans were involved in a fight at a Lake Placid bar last Friday night that pitted the two against the stepdaughter of a US Bobsled and Skeleton Federation hall of famer.
Yesterday, a guy named Bubby Lyles accomplished an objective he started about two weeks ago. He acquired 150,000 retweets on a particular tweet, which meant he earned the opportunity to go on a date with Olympian Lolo Jones. Jones isn't backing down from her promise, either, so it seems that this will actually happen.
Lolo Jones still has yet to win a gold medal in the Olympics, but today, she added a new and extra random addition to her small pile of world championship medals—she now has two golds for 60m hurdles, and one for the combined bobsled-skeleton team event at the Swiss winter world championships. She was the brakewoman…
Yes, Lolo Jones is on the U.S. bobsled team. Huh?
When we last talked about the Lolo Jones backlash, it was easy to get the impression that the New York Times had gone rogue, drumming up an antagonism where none truly existed, and repackaging quotes from Jones's teammates and an "expert" to serve as a mouthpiece for their own gripes.
Mortal enemy of The New York Times Lolo Jones came in a disappointing fourth place during the finals of the 100-meter hurdles today in London. Lolo Jones is also a virgin. Shockingly, there are a few people who think one has something to do with the other. Of course, missing out on a medal had nothing to do with her…
This morning's New York Times sports section has an article about Lolo Jones, the virgin hurdler you're probably somewhat aware of (if not, see here), titled, "For Lolo Jones, Everything Is Image." The thrust of the article is that the attention the media has lavished on Jones is not commensurate with her achievement,…
Lori "Lolo" Jones is primarily known for two things: Being the most famous 29-year-old virgin on the planet and for being one hell of an Olympic hurdler. She's going for gold in London, but this visualization from The New York Times should be required viewing for anyone planning to watch her run on August 7.
Name: Lori "Lolo" Jones