Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
JOHANNESBURG – The Nigerian women’s bobsled team have qualified for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Three Women Representing Nigeria Become First African Bobsled Team Ever To Qualify For Winter Olympics pic.twitter.com/ljTIWLZk6u— MoorInfo (@MoorInformation) November 17, 2017
Meet the first Nigeria Women&39;s Bobsled Team:— Lolade Adewuyi (@Jololade) November 15, 2017
Seun Adigun (Driver) rep&39;d Nigeria in 100mH at London 2012, began training for bobsled in 2014
Ngozi Onwumere (Breakmen) won a Silver & Gold medal at the 2015 AAG
Akuoma Omeoga (Breakmen) will be representing Nigeria for first time pic.twitter.com/QFqeFRZ5So
Nigeria will be represented at the games for the first time in the country’s and Africa’s history.
File: Former track and field athlete Seun Adigun will lead the Nigerian women&39;s bobsled team at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
The team is led by former track and field athlete Seun Adigun.
Nigerian Women Bobsled Team has qualified for 2018 Winter Olympics, first bobsled team ever to qualify from the African continent. Already sponsored by Under Armour & VISA. pic.twitter.com/goY8kLtZ4M— Trends Of Nigeria (@TrendsOfNigeria) November 17, 2017