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London 2012: LoLo Jones Misses Podium Again, Should She Run in 2016?

BR StudiosFeatured Columnist IVOctober 10, 2016

For, Lolo Jones, it's another heartbreak.

After living with four years of pain following her devastating loss in Beijing, Jones finished just short of the podium in the 100-meter hurdles at the London Olympics.

Jones finished fourth—behind winner Sally Pearson (AUS), Dawn Harper (USA) and Kellie Wells (USA)—the same result she endured in 2008.

So what now for Jones? Is it four more years of training, or will she call it quits?

Bleacher Report contributor Ryan O'Leary is here with the answer.


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Bleacher Report will be covering the 2012 London Olympics from every angle throughout the Olympiad, so stay tuned to and Bleacher Report's YouTube Channel for all of your coverage.

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