Olympian is saving herself for marriage

During the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, Lolo Jones clipped a hurdle during a race and was denied her life-long dream of a Gold Medal. However, she is winning another medal each and every day, and that is the one for being pure. The 29-year-old athlete “with looks that kill” is a virgin and is saving herself for marriage.
According to LifeSiteNews.com, Jones called her decision to stay chaste “harder than training for the Olympics, harder than studying for college, has been staying a virgin before marriage.”
“The fact of the matter is, to some, Lolo Jones is an enemy merely for what she is standing for,” writes Damian Goddard. “And that is not only sexual preservation, but the most glorious institution of marriage! How old-fashioned. How new and exhilarating!”
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