February 9, 2018

“You don’t need to represent a snowy country to compete in the bobsled.” Seun Adigun, the captain of Team Nigeria — the first African nation to participate in the event — started out as a track-and-field star via The New York Times Magazine

The First Nigerian Bobsled Team makes their debut at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony.

Nigerian Bobsled Related Articles:

  • Nigeria’s First Bobsled Team Arrives at the Olympics Opening Ceremony and People Are Really Excited” | TIME
  • “The First African Team to Compete in Bobsled” | The New York Magazine
  • “Nigerian women’s bobsled team makes Olympic history” | NBC News
  • “Winter Olympics 2018: All eyes on remarkable Nigerian women bobsleigh team” | Daily Maverick
  • “How Nigeria’s first ever Winter Olympians went from track to bobsled” | CNN
  • “We’re all goofballs’ – meet Nigeria’s historic bobsleigh team”| BBC Sport
  • “Meet Nigeria’s first-ever Olympic bobsled team, the first from Africa”| Business  Insider
  • “Meet the Nigerian  Women’s Bobsled Team Who are Africa’s First Ever Winter Olympic Athletes in the Sport” | People
  • “Nigerians meet their Winter Olympic bobsled Team” | Vanguard
  • “Meet the Nigerian   Bobsled and Skeleton Team” | Travel Start