Jamaica’s Female Bobsleighers Complete Impressive Run At Winter Olympics
On Monday Jamaica’s women’s bobsleigh team of Jazmine Finlator-Victorian and Carrie Russell shifted into higher gear to finish sixth in their second training run at the winter Olympics in Pyeongchang Russia.
Their previous run saw them finish 14th out of a field of 20.
They clocked 51.75 seconds in their second run. The German pair of Stephanie Schneider and Annika Drazek had the fastest training run with a time of 51.54 seconds.
Finlator- Victorian and Russell will undoubtedly be aiming to become Jamaica’s first ever medallists at a winter Olympic games when they bow into official competition.
The two-woman bobsleigh runs commence today at 6:50 am – Watch LIVE on Sportsmax – Channel 712.
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