With the insane amount of advanced technology and complex data analysis available these days it's only natural that the world's greatest athletes use them to optimize their performance.
U.S. Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones is using a very complex system involving motion capture, high-speed cameras and 3-D rendering to be at her best during this year's summer games.
On top of striving for a gold medal next month, Lolo desperately wants to avoid another terrible setback.
Sandy Caligiore, Special to USA TODAY Sports LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- Lolo Jones' future as a bobsledder hangs in the balance Thursday morning as a committee selects the push athletes for the U.S. men's and women's bobsled teams. A tota... Read Post
HBO's "Real Sports" is doing a full feature on the beautiful, talented Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones tonight, and it looks pretty intriguing. They released a 90-second teaser this morning. Here's what Jones says about keeping her virgi... Read Post