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FoxNews.com It's not easy being beautifulor a beautiful Olympian. Track and field athlete Lolo Jones has gotten plenty of pressbut not so much for her athletic prowess. Instead, Jones is now known for her knockout looks, racy photo spreads and love
As if Lolo Jones wasn't already having a bad enough day after barely missing a medal in the 100-meter hurdles last night "Stressed.5am no sleep post race," she tweeted her U.S.A. teammates Dawn Harper and Kellie Wells, both of whom did medal in the
The exquisite aspect of track competition at the Olympics -- or anywhere -- is that when the race starts, no one else can help you...Tuesday's best example was Lolo Jones, the American hurdler who received so much publicity before these London Games
Sally Pearson stood in the rain, hands on her head, eyes fixed on the big screen, desperately willing her name to show up first so she wouldn't be another Olympic letdown for Australia. For what seemed longer than the 100-meter
The finals of the women's 100-meter hurdles, one of the most anticipated races of these Olympic Games, will be held at 4 p.m. EDT. Americans Dawn Harper, Lolo Jones and Kellie Wells are being heavily touted as finalists with Jones and
The Sports Network Lolo Jones missed out on an Olympic medal by one-tenth of a second, finishing fourth behind American teammates Dawn Harper and Kellie Wells in the women's 100-meter hurdles. Sally Pearson of Australia won the race with an Olympic
Sally Pearson provided a rare bright spot for Australia at the London Games, earning the country's fourth gold medal by edging defending champion Dawn Harper of the U.S. to win the 100-meter hurdles in an Olympic-record 12.35 seconds on Tuesday.
Australia Chef de Mission Nick Green applauded Britain's medal haul at the London Games and said that while home fans had every right to take delight in Australia's struggles, his nation would "take it on the chin". Britain sit third in the table
Defending world champion Dawn Harper, fellow American Lolo Jones and world champion Sally Pearson cruised into the semifinals of the women's 100-meter hurdles Monday, then found themselves trying to console a longtime rival.