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Jamaica's First Women's Bobsled Team

NPR Friday, 9 February 2018
Jazmine Fenlator is part of the first women's Jamaican bobsled team at the Winter Olympics. She speaks to Rachel Martin about what this moment means for women and for bringing diversity to the sport.
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