British bobsleigh pilot Lamin Deen retires

Bath (RWH) After 15 years as bobsleigh push athlete and pilot for the British team, Lamin Deen announced his retirement. „After an amazing and action packed 15 years in the wildest sport ever tob e created, it`s time for me to say goodbye“, the 41-year-old wrote on Twitter – after nearly 250 races for Great Britain, including exactly 100 World Cup starts, between November 2006 and January 2022.

He wrote his name into the sports history books with winning 2017 Whistler World Cup gold pushed by Toby Olubi, Ben Simons and Andrew Matthews. Lamin Deen competed at the 2014 and 2018 Olympic Winter Games, finishing 19th in the 2-man and 23rd in the 4-man in Sochi and 18th in the latter in PyeongChang.

Deen ends outstanding career - BBSA (

Photos: IBSF / Viesturs Lacis

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