LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) -- Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones has posted an impressive start at the U.S. bobsled team selection races.
Seeking a push-athlete spot, Jones and pilot Jazmine Fenlator finished second in the opening night of selection races Saturday, their combined two-run time of 1 minute, 57.01 seconds just 0.05 seconds behind Jamie Greubel and Aja Evans (1:56.96). It was Jones' competitive bobsled debut.
Greubel and Evans set a track push record of 5.43 seconds. Evans won the national push championships earlier this season.
Nick Cunningham and Johnny Quinn (1:54.51) won the first series of two-man races, followed by Cory Butner and Jesse Beckom (1:54.58) and Codie Bascue and Nic Taylor (1:55.04).
Veteran pilots Steven Holcomb and Elana Meyers have byes onto the national team.