The Jamaican Bobsled Song will get Olympians grooving at Sochi. The song, written and performed by Sidney Mills, Jon Notar and the Groove Guild, is an unofficial anthem for the spirited Jamaican bobsledders who made their first Olympic appearance in Calgary in 1988.
The Jamaican Bobsled song was written to match with the team's actual run on the track, with shouts of "to the left" and "to the right" meant to match up with the turns the sled makes. The song also makes liberal use of the line "It's bobsled time!" made famous in the film Cool Runnings, a fictional account of Jamaica's first bobsled team. The Jamaican Bobsled song is fun, catchy and a great tribute to memorable athletic team.
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