| USA TODAY
The driving force coach of Jamaica’s bobsled staff has abruptly left the group simply days earlier than it’s scheduled to start Olympic competitors in Pyeongchang.
And, according to BBC, she might take the staff’s sled together with her.
The Jamaica Bobsleigh Federation stated in a press release Wednesday that Sandra Kiriasis, a forty three-yr-previous German who gained a gold medal as a competitor within the 2006 Video games, has “elected to not proceed her place.” Kiriasis told BBC that her departure was triggered by the federation’s try to vary her position to “monitor efficiency analyst,” which might restrict her interplay with the staff’s athletes.
So as to add to the intrigue, Kiriasis additionally told the British news organization that she is legally answerable for the staff’s sled and needs cost for it. The federation disputed that she owns the sled and denies that the workforce will need to withdraw from the Olympics because of her departure, according to BBC.
“We’re deeply dissatisfied in her determination to go away this system,” the Jamaica Bobsleigh Federation stated within the assertion. “We thank her for her invaluable contribution to JBSF and contributing to the success of Jamaica’s first feminine bobsled Olympic look.