As a 3-time, 2-sport Olympian and champ, Lolo Jones was so close to winning a gold medal. In “Gold Medal Loser with Lolo Jones,” Jones will chat with athletes and celebrities about overcoming obstacles and can relate to many of her athletic guests as a bobsledder, hurdler, social media influencer, and reality TV star. Tune into the series if you’re pre-gaming for the 2022 Beijing Olympics and would like to hear candid conversations recapping the successes and failures of athletes and more, told firsthand.
Stream the 10+ episode series in any order, since each release is guest-specific. So far, the average length of episodes is 45 minutes long.
Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon has a lot in common with Jones. Their convo covered Taylor Swift, Dancing with the Stars, ESPN The Magazine’s “The Body Issue,” and more. Rippon shared his thoughts about skating in jeans, his biggest successes and failures, and why he likes TikTok.
Sprinter and three-time Paralympic medalist Hunter Woodhall appeared on the podcast to discuss the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Woodhall made history as the first double amputee to earn a Division I track and field scholarship. Tara Davis joined Woodhall and Jones to unpack the fake proposal that tricked fans on social media, and they recapped the Olympics’ updated COVID-19 rules this year.
Former NBA superstar and Olympian Richard Jefferson talked about hanging with Jones and dished on the absurd prank he played on former teammate LeBron James. Jefferson is a wine connoisseur, so he shared his favorite bottles and brands.
On another recent episode, Olympian and TikToker Ilona Maher shared how she used social media prior to her first ever Summer Games. Maher spilled on finding hot dudes in the Olympic village and why they were making fun of swimmers over the summer.
Jones named Camille Leblanc-Bazinet “The Fittest Woman on Earth” and stopped by an episode to talk about her chemical engineering degree and prepping her mind and body for training and Crossfit championships. Fun fact: she has an Olympic twin sister.
“Gold Medal Loser” with Lolo Jones is presented by Blue Wire. Check out new, weekly episodes wherever you listen to your favorite shows.