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This pick won't come as any surprise to track fans, who've watched Lolo Jones fall from 2008 Olympic favorite to marginal medal prospect to near non-qualifier.
In fact, Jones didn't qualify for the U.S. team at either of the last two World Championships and just barely punched her ticket to London at U.S. Olympic Trials, finishing third in the 100-meter hurdles final.
Those failures have had no discernible effect on her soaring popularity. After revealing to HBO's Real Sports that she's a virgin, the attractive and wonderfully self-deprecating Jones has become something of a media obsession.
Olympian + Virgin + Attractive = Celebrity.
Note that the above equation makes no mention of on-track performance or medal chances.
And based on her lackluster times this season, I wouldn't be surprised if Jones misses out on the 100-meter hurdles final entirely.