Daniele Browning started representing Jamaica in track and field at the age of 16. She has won medals at both the junior and senior levels including a silver medal from the 2005 world track and field championship and a gold medal from the 2006 commonwealth games. She earned an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts form Essex County College in NJ and a Bachelors in Sociology from Auburn University. Help her realize the dream by contributing to the Jamaica Bobsled team today - http://bit.ly/1CoQkVv
Hi, I am Daniele Suellen Browning. I’m the eldest of 3 for my mommy and the 3rd of 4 for my daddy; so in total I have 3 brothers and 2 sisters. I was born on August 29,1981 to Karlene Lawrence and Hopeton Browning. I live in Portmore St Catherine. I am mother of 1; a pretty little girl whose name is Tsahai Imani Henry. I use to run track and field for Jamaica since the age of 16 which I have gain both junior championship and senior championship medals. I have a silver medal from the 2005 world track and field championship and a gold medal from the 2006 commonwealth games. My hobbies are listening to music and serving the net for unusual stuff. My personal best in track and field is: 11:30 secs for 100m and 23:21secs for 200m. I attended high school in Jamaica at Bridgeport Comprehensive high and St Jago high school. I went to the United States in 2000 to further my education at Essex County College in NJ where I did An Associate Degree in Liberal Arts. I then went to Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama where I did my Bachelors in Sociology. I am currently attending G C Foster College of Physical Education & Sport pursuing a Diploma in Sports Fitness Instruction.
The next generation of Jamaican bobsled dreamers has started their preparations for the next season and we would like to take you along for the ride through our new television reality show.
- Get to know and learn more about the athletes-their dreams, desires and motivations
- See strangers develop amazing team chemistry and esprit de corps
- See how athletes train in Jamaica for the Winter Olympics
- Learn about the history and culture of the places where the team trains and competes
- Be treated to the drama and intrique of a long bobsled season
In short, you will get a backstage pass to see what it takes to transform a Jamaican track athlete into a world class Olympic bobsledder.
In order to realize this dream we are asking for your help. By making a pledge you will help us raise funds to get these athletes through this winter’s competitive season which will be captured on film. If things go well, we hope to continue the coverage of the team’s journey all the way to the 2018 Olympic Games 30 years after the initial run of the team in 1988.