Feel the rhythm. Feel the rhyme. Get on up, it's bobsled time! The true story of a country with no snow and their brave shot at the Winter Olympics.
The story, as famously retold through the 1993 movie Cool Runnings, began five years earlier at the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary, Canada.
Two Americans - George Fitch and William Maloney - founded the Jamaican Bobsled Team after gaining inspiration from a pushcart derby.
Realising the two sports were very similar in application, the pair saw a possible advantage with the abundance of sprinters on the island.
Bobsleigh is a sport which demands a lightning-fast push start, so naturally sprinters have a huge advantage.
Fitch and Maloney tried their best to recruit Olympic sprinters but failing that, found the team's first four athletes in the military.
Coached by American Howard Siler - Devon Harris, Dudley Stokes, Michael White and Samuel Clayton proved good enough to book their place in the Olympics.
The team were an instant hit with the fans and media purely due to the novelty of having a tropical island nation competing in the snow and ice.
After showing remarkable improvement throughout practice and racing, Jamaica's campaign ended in heartbreak after their sled crashed during a run.
Taking a corner too wide, the sled flipped onto its side and slid some way down the ice with the four Jamaicans clinging on inside.
With their dreams shattered, the team famously got out of the crippled sled and walked it over the finish line while fans erupted in cheers and applause.
Jamaica's bobsledders were back at the 1992 Winter Olympics in France but performed poorly, before finishing 14th overall at the next Games in Norway.
In 2000 the team won gold at the World Push Bobsled Championships.
Check out footage of Jamaica's famous crash in 1988: