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Lolo Jones to make bobsled history; 2014 Olympics bobsled live stream, TV time

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Lolo Jones continues her quest for the gold on Tuesday. The Olympic track star turned bobsled athlete is looking to fulfill her dream of grabbing some hardware. The time zone difference between Sochi and America is difficult for viewers as the athlete has already thanked her fans and went to bed to get a good night’s sleep for the Olympic bobsled event. NBC Olympics dished on Monday that Lolo Jones will be making Olympic history when the women's bobsled competition at the Sochi Games starts. Jones is only the tenth American athlete who has competed in the Summer and Winter Games. According to Fansided, American viewers can watch the race live on NBC Sports Network on Tuesday to see where Lolo Jones ends up on the podium.

“Thank you to all of our fans who have encouraged us,” wrote Lolo Jones on her Facebook page on Monday. In a very heartfelt explanation of how she was feeling hours before the competition, it appears she is ready to give it her everything to medal for the USA.

Fans who want to watch history in the making can catch pilot Jazmine Fenlator and Lolo Jones slide down the track in Sochi are in luck. NBC will be covering the event and viewers no doubt will be tuning in to see what happens in the heat. Fenlator and Jones are in USA-3 and will be starting seventh in the first heat.

The game will be live on NBC Sports Network. Or you can live stream it on NBC Olympics Live Extra. Start time is Tuesday 10:15 a.m. ET.

Get ready to watch some great Olympic action! Thanks to NBC, it’s easy!



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