We all know the Jamaican's battle cry from Cool Runnings - "Feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme, get on up, it's bobsled time!", not to mention "'nuff people say they know they cant believe, Jamaica we have a bobsled team" - but the real-life, 2014 team have a full-length song of their own, and it's bloody brilliant.
The two-man team is made up of 46-year-old driver Winston Watts and brakeman Marvin Dixon (30). After two of four runs, they remain in 28th and last place today.
BONUS BONKERS BOBSLEIGH BULLSHIT: Back in 1988, the Caribbean sliders weren't the only minnow team to wipe out in Calgary. Portugal's number II pair, Toronto natives Jorge Magalhães and João Pires struggled to keep a straight line right from the start, and flipped over halfway through their second run, which almost seemed like a lucky turn of events as the sled kept a much better line while Magalhães, then an engineering student, is completely hidden from view.