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Lamin Deen

Reserve Pilot

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Background Information

Employment History

Bobsleigh Pilot

Team GB


Physical Training Instructor

Grenadier Guards


Affiliations

British Bobsleigh Association

Board Member


Web References(27 Total References)


CaribPress » Sochi 2014: Russia lead two-man bobsleigh with Jamaica last

www.caribpress.com [cached]

Great Britain's Lamin Deen and John Baines finished the day in 23rd place.
Competing 50 years to the day that Tony Nash and Robin Dixon won Olympic gold for Britain, the current GB pair of Deen and Baines know that finishing in the top 20 would be an impressive achievement. "We haven't had long to prepare and still have a few things to work on, but I'm sure we'll be going quicker tomorrow," Deen told BBC Sport.


CaribPress » Sochi 2014: Russia lead two-man bobsleigh with Jamaica last

www.caribpress.com [cached]

Great Britain's Lamin Deen and John Baines finished the day in 23rd place.
Competing 50 years to the day that Tony Nash and Robin Dixon won Olympic gold for Britain, the current GB pair of Deen and Baines know that finishing in the top 20 would be an impressive achievement. "We haven't had long to prepare and still have a few things to work on, but I'm sure we'll be going quicker tomorrow," Deen told BBC Sport.


www.bbc.co.uk

Great Britain will have two four-man sleds at the 2014 Winter Olympics after GB reserve pilot Lamin Deen steered GBR2 into the required top 20 in the world rankings at the World Cup event in Igls, Austria.


www.thisisthewestcountry.co.uk

Lamin Deen closing in on Bobsleigh World Cup medal
Lamin Deen is moving closer to a Bobsleigh World Cup medal Lamin Deen is moving closer to a Bobsleigh World Cup medal Lamin Deen came up an agonising 0.04 seconds short last weekend in his quest to complete an improbable journey from the gang-plagued streets of Manchester's Moss Side to a Bobsleigh World Cup podium. Deen, whose transformation from childhood troublemaker to Winter Olympian began when he quit college to join the Grenadier Guards at the age of 15, seemed very much the bit-part player in Sochi in 2014 when he and his four-man crew trailed in 19th. Deen told Press Association Sport: "I was told when I first started that it takes between eight and 10 years to become a world-class pilot and although I didn't believe it at first it is true - and I have still got a lot of learning to do. Lamin Deen closing in on Bobsleigh World Cup medal


Staff | British Bobsleigh

www.bobteamgb.org [cached]

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