20
Aug
08

Her Name Was Lolo


Lori “Lolo” Jones is an American hurdler who has won several national championships and a world championship in her main event, the 60 meter hurdles. Also, before the games it was rumored that she was going to race a horse but it turns out that was a hoax. Despite clipping the final hurdle in the finals of 100 meter hurdles at the games the other night, she’s still a winner to me, and really, for all of us. Only 26, she may be too old for the 2012 games, but I think she’s going to come back and dominate. Born in the heartland in Iowa, Lolo is as American as they come, and I for one want to celebrate her as a wonderful American hero, preferably on a romantic dinner date to my apartment where I chloroform her and we live a happy life together forever.


1 Response to “Her Name Was Lolo”


  1. August 20, 2008 at 10:25 am

    Watching her clip that hurdle broke my heart. And America’s. It’s really okay though, because she wins the gold in hurdle hotness. And really, what’s more important? She’s been working her whole life on getting hot, but has only been working at track and field for the past ten years or so.


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