SELDWYN MORGAN (driver)
Seldwyn Morgan was born on September 19, 1993 and raised in Chapelton, Clarendon. While a student at Claude McKay high school, Seldwyn demonstrated that he was an all rounder in sports, competing in track and field events, soccer, and volleyball. He was selected to the bobsled team in 2012.
JOEL ALEXANDER (driver)
Joel Alexander was born in Mandeville Jamaica on September 28, 1982. He was selected to the bobsled team in 2008. An avid fitness fanatic, Joel has always had a natural inclination towards sports, personal health, and strength training. As a student of St. Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, Joel excelled in track and field and represented STETHS at the national level.
DANIEL MAYHEW (driver)
Daniel was born on October 22, 1998 and brought up in Ewarton, Jamaica. He is currently attending Charlemont High School. He enjoys physics, mathematics, geography and IT. His role models are his cousin Kevin Harris, who inspired him to become a pilot and Devon Harris, an original member of the 1988 Olympic Jamaican Bobsled Team, who him inspired to do bobsleigh. Daniel became the first athlete to represent Jamaica at the Junior Olympic Winter Games when he competed in the mono bob event at the 2016 Lillehammer Youth Olympic Games in Norway.
ZEBIESHA JOHNSON (driver)
Zebiesha was born on September 14, 1998 and grew up in St. Catherine, Jamaica. She started running track at 7 yrs. old while attending St. Helen's PrepSchool and continued while a student at Charlemont High School. She was introduced to bobsledding in 2015 by her school coach who felt that she had the physical attributes to do well in the sport.
LISA FRAZER (brakewoman)
Lisa Frazer is the 7th of ten children. Living in a broken home, she got pregnant and give birth to her only child Lori-Anne when she was 15 yrs old. Lisa was unable to complete high school as she had to work numerous odd jobs in order to support herself and her child. She loved running as a child and in 2003 was introduced to rugby and after her first game, she was selected to Jamaica’s national women’s team and now function as a player/coach.
She enlisted in the Jamaica Defence Force in February 2006 and work as a Physical Training Instructor.
TYRONE MULLINGS (brakeman)
Tyrone was born on January 22,1992 in St. Catherine, Jamaica. He got himself to school by buying and selling products like biscuits, cookies, and candies. Growing up, he was a very athletic kid, excelling at sports like cricket, soccer, track and others. He decided to try out for the bobsled team because after watching "Cool Runnings." His dream is to get people to believe that if they can dream it, they can achieve it!
MURRAY MYERS (brakeman)
Murray was born on March 26, 1986 in St. Mary, Jamaica. He attended the Lewisgurgh All Age Elementary School where he walked five miles each way and then the Oberlin High School where he excelled in track and field events. During basic training in the Jamaica Defense Force, he discovered a talent for boxing and eventually became the heavyweight champion. Through the movie, "Cool Runnings," he learned about the sport of bobsledding and decided to try out for the team.
SURF FENLATOR-VICTORIAN (driver)
Surf had no particular focus as a kid, trying everything from jumping off cliffs to playing chess. Growing up on the Island of Laie, Hawaii, he was naturally fast and strong, but did not start training seriously until he became a student athlete at San Jose City College where he competed in the Decathlon. It was while competing as a Decathlete that he became aware of the importance of mental preparedness and fortitude in order to excel. Surf competed in the Decathlon event at the World Athletic Championships in Berlin in 2009 as a member of the American Samoa team. He became interested in bobsledding after watching the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. In his free time, Surf enjoys cooking, learning Japanese and German, as well as helping his family with their fitness goals.
JAZMINE FENLATOR-VICTORIAN (driver)
Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian is a 2014 Winter Olympic Bobsled Driver, born August 29, 1985 and raised in Wayne, New Jersey. Through her dual citizenship as both a Jamaican and American and following her mission of bringing in more diversity to the sport, Jazmine moved to join the Jamaican Bobsled Federation in 2015, helping to launch the Women’s Bobsled team with a goal of competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics. During the 2014-15 season, Fenlator-Victorian finished 3th overall in the World Cup Rankings, earning a Silver Medal on the World Cup Tour at Lake Placid races and multiple top 4 finishes. She finished the season 6th at the IBSF Word Championships held in Winterberg, Germany. In the Sochi Olympics, Jazmine competed and placed 11th in the 2-man Bobsled competition. Jazmine's breakout season was during the 2012-13 World Cup season in which she earned two podium finishes winning a Silver Medal at the Lake Placid World Cup Race and Bronze at the Igls, Austria World Cup Race. Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian became involved in the sport of bobsled in September of 2007. As a multi-record holder and top performer in track and field at Rider University, her coach encouraged her to try a bobsled camp after graduation. When not in a bobsled, Fenlator-Victorian enjoys photography, cooking, surfing, spending time with family, traveling as well as being dedicated to bringing more diversity to winter sports for young girls and urban youth.
ANTHONY WATSON (skeleton rider)
Anthony Watson was born on November 5, 1989 in Vineland, New Jersey. He participated in soccer, basketball and track and field while at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York. He later transferred to the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. He was a Junior Olympic national finalist for tack and field in the 100m, 200m and 4x100 relays. After an injury slowed his times drastically, his dream of pursuing track and field seemed unreachable. One day he went through each USA team's tryout page and finally came across USA Bobsled and Skeleton. Being familiar with bobsled, he began watching videos on skeleton and became hooked. He signed up for a combine in 2013 and has loved every minute within the sport.