Carmelita Jeter has had a knack for bouncing back from poor performances.

    After failing to qualify for either the 100 meters or 200 before the 2008 Beijing Olympics, she roared back the following year to set the second-fastest time in the 100 (10.64). She also had a stellar 2011 season in which she won the 100 at worlds and finished second in the 200.

    But how will she handle some recent on-track struggles heading into this year's U.S. trials? Jeter's response is the same as it ever was: "Let's go again." Luke Cyphers » Jeter's path Video