BOBSLED RESULTS: Competition Completed

Posted on: 10:56 am, February 19, 2014, by , updated on: 04:27pm, February 19, 2014

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The final day of the women’s bobsled competition in the Winter Olympics in Russia is over. We’re following Lolo Jones, who is a push athlete for the USA 3 sled, driven by Jazmine Fenlator. If you don’t wish to know the results until the competition airs during primetime on NBC between 7:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Wednesday – STOP READING NOW.

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In her first winter Olympics appearance, Lolo Jones was unable to make the podium in bobsled, but the other two U.S. teams grabbed medals Wednesday.

Working as a push athlete with driver Jazmine Fenlator, Jones clocked a final combined time of 3:53:74 for four runs at the Sanki Sliding Center. The final run of 58.74 was the slowest of all four runs for Jones and Fenlator. They finished in 11th place out of a 19 team field.

Americans Elena Meyers and Lauryn Williams won silver in the USA1 sled with a combined time of 3:50:71. Jamie Greubel and Aja Evans, in USA2, took the bronze medal with a total time of 3:51:61.

The defending gold medalists, Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse in Canada1, repeated with a gold medal and a time of 3:50:61.

Lolo Jones shared her post-event thoughts on her Facebook page Wednesday:

Take a look at the complete results from the bobsled competition here.

5 comments

  • Randy Johnson says:

    I can’t stand that Stop Reading Now warning. If I didn’t want to know, I wouldn’t be poking around the website people. GO LOLO ANYWAY!

  • Jack says:

    Maybe she can get a spot on the Curling team !!

  • William Denison says:

    Lolo is one tall glass of hot coco….just sayin.

  • I don’t get the Lolo following. A strange name for someone without a lot of talent, other than what the media thinks it sees in her.

    • Randy Johnson says:

      C’mon dude. She hasn’t exactly had a easy life. Still, she made it to both the Summer and Winter Olympics. Have you? Neither have I. We are just cheering on a local Iowan who we’re proud of.

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