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Topic - Lauryn Williams
Thousands of runners and visitors from across the country will participate in the Marine Corps Historic Half Weekend of events Sunday, May 18 in Fredericksburg, VA.
Elana Meyers and Jamie Greubel have weddings to plan. Lauryn Williams has a life to start. Aja Evans is ready to make a run at the Rio de Janeiro Games.
Meyers and Lauryn Williams had the lead after two runs, but skids cost them time in Runs 3 and 4 — and ultimately cost the Americans gold.
The medals may not be the color they wanted, but the U.S. women's bobsledders were proud of the effort they offered after capturing silver and bronze medals.
She scrambled to find her camera before the flower ceremony began. Lolo Jones wasn't going to miss any of it.
They called it the Battle Royale. Kaillie Humphries and Elana Meyers spent part of the summer training alongside one another, getting ready to spend this winter battling each other.
Lauryn Williams and Lolo Jones have become the ninth and 10th Americans to compete in different sports at the Summer and Winter Olympics.
The crash didn't break them, it bonded them.
The Americans lead Canada's Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse by 0.23 seconds heading into Wednesday's two runs. Americans Jamie Greubel and Aja Evans are third, 0.56 seconds back.
Elfje Willemsen was adamant. The fourth-place sled at the midpoint of the women's bobsled competition at the Sochi Olympics, she said, has almost no chance of getting into the medal mix.
The conversation happened in an airport as Lauryn Williams and Lolo Jones were making their way to Rome for a track meet. Williams asked why no one recruited her to try bobsledding. Jones replied that she was perfect for the sport.
Lauryn Williams thought about quitting bobsledding after her very first ride four months ago.
Lauryn Williams already has won some hardware at the Sochi Olympics.
When USA-1 crossed the finish line and claimed four-man gold at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, the American bobsled program looked as good as ever.
Jamie Greubel and Lauryn Williams of the United States won a women's World Cup race Sunday, the first gold medal for each this season.
"I know this is the right place for me right now," Williams said.
"I had no idea what was in store for me this season," Williams said. "I just wanted to come in with positive energy and help out. This is the first time I've been a part of a true team sport, and there's someone else counting on you. You can't let that person down, and that's what drives me. It's very important to give everything I have whenever I'm on that start line."