Brian Price’s Wife Competes For Spot On U.S. Olympic Track Team
Brian Price, perhaps more than any other Buccaneer, could use a little time away from football.
Price will have the chance to turn cheerleader today when the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials begin today in Eugene, Ore. Price’s wife, Candice Davis Price, is a world-class hurdler and she’ll be competing for a spot on the team for the games in London next month.
The women’s 100 meter hurdles qualifier is one of the team’s high-profile events and Price will have incredible competition. Lolo Jones, the favorite to win one of the spots, has gained national recognition for more than her track prowess. Seems some of the New York Jets players wanted to set her up with quarterback Tim Tebow.
Along with Jones, Price will have to beat the likes of Kellie Wells, Joanna Hayes and Ginnie Crawford. Winning
Price barely missed qualifying for the games in 2008, she was two spots away from a trip to Bejing. This time, she’s put in the work and has been injury free in the time leading up to this weekend’s trials.