Chat with Randy Jones

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Tedy Bruschi Jones is currently a part of the United States Olympic Committee.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Wednesday, former Olympian Randy Jones stops by to chat as part of's tribute to Black History Month.

Jones made his Olympic debut in 1994 in Lillehammer, Norway finishing 13th in the 2-man event. After winning four World Cup medals, 2002 was the best year of Jones' career in bobsledding. At the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah; Jones along with driver Todd Hays, won a silver medal in the 4-man event. This marked the first time since 1956 that the United States won a medal in men's bobsledding and the first time an African American has won a medal at a Winter Olympics.

The former football and track star began his athletic career at Duke University. He still holds five football records as a kick returner and the 60 meter record as a sprinter (6.74s).

Send your questions now and join Jones Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET!

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