About Lolo

Name: Lolo Jones

Born: August 5th, 1982

Height: 5-9 / 180cm

Weight: 130 / 59kg

Hometown: Des Moines, Iowa

Current Residence: Baton Rouge, Louisiana

High School: Theodore Roosevelt High School
( Des Moines, Iowa)

College: LSU - Louisiana State University,
graduated in 2005

Athlete Representative/Travel Coach:
Coach: Dennis Shaver: shaver@lsu.edu

Marketing Agent:
Brandon Swibel: Bswibel@legacy-agency.com

PR:
100m Hurdles - 12.43seconds
60m  Hurdles-    7.77 seconds
100m Dash-      11.23 seconds

Click here for a full biography on Lolo Jones with USA Track & Field.

Career Highlights:

  • 2012:USA U.S. Indoor Champion
  • 2010:  World Indoor Champion and American Indoor Record Holder (7.72)
  • 2009: USA U.S. Indoor Champion
  • 2008: USA Outdoor Champion, USA Indoor Champion, World Indoor Champion...2008 Beijing Olympic Games (12.43)
  • 2007: USA Indoor champion (7.88). 2nd at Doha Super Grand Prix (12.78)
  • World Championships 6th place (12.62)
  • 2006: 5th at USA Outdoors (12.76)… 1st at Heusden (12.56)...6th at World Athletics Final (12.76)…8th at Meeting Gaz de France Paris Saint-Denis (12.87)…4th at Golden Gala (12.70)…4th in 100m (11.36) and 3rd in 100mh at Athens Super Grand Prix (12.83)…5th at Athletissima (12.68)…3rd at DN Galan (12.74)...1st at Ostrava (12.72)…ranked #7 in the world (#4 U.S.) by T&FN…best of 12.56.
  • 2005: 4th at USA Outdoors (12.90)5th in semifinals at USA Outdoors (12.76PR)1st at Torino Memorial (12.83)4th at Zagreb (12.87)4th at adidas Track Classic (12.86)3rd at Norwich Union (8.00i)5th at Athens (8.06i)ranked #5 in the U.S. by T&FNbest of 12.76.
  • 2004 NCAA Indoor 60m Hurdles and 60m runner-up
  • 2004 NCCA Outdoor 4x100m Champion
  • 2003 NCAA Indoor 60m Hurdles champion
  • 2003 NCAA Outdoor 4x100m champion
  • 2002 NCAA Outdoor 100m Hurdles and 4x100m runner-up
  • 11-time All-American
  • 100m Hurdles High School State of Iowa Record: 13.40sec

 

Thank you for visiting my website!  I would like to thank you for your continued support - you guys are truly the best fans in the world!  Your encouragement fuels me to press on to the next hurdle.  Your tweets, emails, and Facebook responses are constant reminders to me to keep fighting for everyone who has a dream!  I'm grateful for your laughter and kindness.... and so thankful to share my journey with all of you.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Ten seconds into the race, Lolo Jones had pulled far ahead of her competition at the women's 100-meter hurdles...