PHOTOS: Winter Olympics kicks off, Bolt shows support for bobsleigh team
Sprinter, Usain Bolt, is supporting the two-man Jamaican bobsleigh team representing the country at the Winter Olympic games in Sochi, Russia.
The opening ceremony kicked off today on the edge of the Black Sea with athletes, in the traditional parade of nations.
Bolt tweeted "Team Jamaica all day everyday" while posting a picture of the Jamaican team during training inside the Olympic rings.
— Usain St. Leo Bolt (@usainbolt) February 7, 2014
Driver, Winston Watts, and brakeman, Marvin Dixon, will compete in the two-man bob in Sochi.
Jamaica has not competed in the game for the past 12 years.
Some 3,000 athletes will compete in 98 events, the most ever at the Winter Games.
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