SOCHI, Russia (AP) -- Jamaican bobsled fans have a new tune for their country's improbable run Sunday night.

The country's main tourism agency is touting "The Bobsled Song," a tune designed to sync with the two-man run of Marvin Dixon and Winston Watts.

See an eight-bit animated music video for the song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v

The lyrics and "It's bobsled time" chorus follow the course of the 1,500-meter (4,921-foot) track with its 17 turns and vertical drop of 125.5 meters (410 feet).

During the last part of the course, the group sings: "Last turn, keep your head down/I see the finish line/Jamaica rock the whole town."

Jamaica-1 two-man bobsleigh steered by Winston Watts takes a practice run at the Sanki Sliding Centre in Rosa Khutor on February 14, 2014 during the 2014
Jamaica-1 two-man bobsleigh steered by Winston Watts takes a practice run at the Sanki Sliding Centre in Rosa Khutor on February 14, 2014 during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEALLEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images ( LEON NEAL )

Jamaica, a tropical island nation, qualified for the two-man bobsled competition for the first time since 2002, making it without racing in any World Cup events but accumulating enough points in lower-tier races in North America.

The Jamaicans are considered a long shot to win a medal.

Jamaica's run to the Calgary Games in 1988 was depicted in the film "Cool Runnings."



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The two-man team from Jamaica JAM-1, piloted by Winston Watts, speed down the track during the men’s two-man bobsled training at the 2014 Winter
The two-man team from Jamaica JAM-1, piloted by Winston Watts, speed down the track during the men's two-man bobsled training at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara) ( Dita Alangkara )