A few years ago, while strolling around looking for adult film stars to interview at Exxxotica, I came across one of the greatest performers of the genre.
So far, youth leads the way in the Horizon League long jump rankings. The top 10 going into the weekend includes eight freshmen, one sophomore, and a junior.
Some times All Genres Allowed is going to take you into the world of the Top Five. That's when we make random lists of whatever we choose and you have the liberty to agree, take us to task, or just simply read along. Okay, now that you're up to speed, here you go!
Results in 50-meter, 55-meter and 60-meter dashes from the indoor season count in 100-meter rankings. 1. Marie-Josée Ta Lou—Nation: Ivory Coast—Age: 30
Northern Kentucky's Kayla Thompson beat a field of 17 other competitors in Oxford, Ohio, at the Blizzard Buster, Saturday, March 23. The meet was hosted by Miami (Ohio).
Nashville is the capital of country music, but this weekend a woman from France will be roaring through Music City. Kentucky's Marie-Josée Ebwea-Bile Excel was born in Paris, France. The bilingual senior has been named All-American four times over her career, and she is fresh off a third place finish in the triple jump at the indoor national meet. As of March 19, she's ranked 62 in the world, and fourth in France. To put it in a domestic perspective, only three Americans rank ahead of Ebwea-Bile according to the IAFF rankings.
One thing that we learned after the Black and Gold Invitational was that cards are subject to change. Our preview had us glorifying the name of Kentucky All-American Kianna Gray, to high levels, predicitng she would win the 100- and 200-meter dashes on March 23, at Vanderbilt, in Nashville. When the competitors took the track, Kianna Gray didn't compete. Those are the breaks in live entertainment.
The above photo may show a young lady who appears to be carefree but at this moment, Latheria Woods is anything but. The sprinter who is in the midst of her final season at Cerritos, a junior college in California, is looking for a place to continue her track and field career. This interview is to give you all a peak inside of the journey of a student athlete. We see the glam and glory of the top level athletes who seem to have scholarships thrown at them, but we rarely see the other side.