The New York Times
article came out. Just days before her race, the newspaper questioned why she's so famous for accomplishing so little, why her looks have gotten her this far, and, eek, why she was playing into the idea that women are only valid competitors if they have sex appeal. "I just thought that was crazy because I work six days a week...for four years for a 12-second race. And the fact that they just tore me apart — it was just heartbreaking," she told the Today show in tears.