A bobsleigh group from Tunisia is making ready for its personal Cool Runnings second after qualifying for the Winter Olympics.
The squad from the North African nation goes for glory on the Youth Winter Olympics in Gangwon, South Korea.
Joanthan Lourimi, 17, Sophie Ghorbal and Beya Mokrani, each 15, will compete individually within the monobob occasion on Monday and Tuesday.
They discovered bobsleigh after being chosen for a South Korean programme that helped athletes from growing international locations prepare in winter sports activities.
All three having been participating in races over the past 12 months and are the one African squad competing within the bobsleigh occasion after securing qualification final month.
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Lourimi stated bobsleigh is an “unknown” sport in Tunisia however is concentrating on a medal and has already completed within the high 5 in occasions in Lillehammer and Innsbruck.
Gorbal and Mokrani additionally say they’ve fallen in love with the ice and intend to hold on in bobsleigh with the dream of creating the 2026 Winter Olympics in Italy.
Their journey from a scorching nation to the Olympics is paying homage to the movie Cool Runnings, which depicted the true story of the Jamaican bobsleigh group on the 1988 Calgary Games.
The Youth Winter Olympics runs from 19 January to 1 February, with a file 1,900 folks participating.