The Jamaican women's bobsled team has had to overcome a lot before they even get to their training runs.
Sandra Kiriasis, the team's German coach and a former Olympic champion, quit in the middle of the Olympics. Carrie Russell and Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian are the nation's first-ever female Olympic bobsledders, but their debut is now threatened.
It's not just the lack of a coach that is the issue. Kiriasis has threatened to take the team's sled, according to a BBC report. She alleges that she paid for the sled and is legally responsible for it.
The coach quit Wednesday and announced her resignation on Facebook. She claims the Jamaica Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (JBSF) changed her position "out of the blue" from being a driver coach to a track and performance analyst.