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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Top Stories

This Is What Racing For Your Life Looks Like

lolo jones


"Stop at never—It feels amazing. So many road blocks and people counting me out, but I just kept overcoming. I'm thrilled and honored to represent everybody out there fighting for a dream."

29-year-old Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones had microsurgery last August to repair a tethered spinal cord. The condition limited movement of the cord within her spinal column (leading to progressive loss of function and pain). Yet take a look at her photo above and you get the idea that it didn't stop her career.
Jones has made a comeback in a major way. She placed third in the 100-meter hurdles, propelling her into London’s Summer Olympic Games. (Woo hoo!) This just goes to show that the possibilities are endless for someone with a dream.


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