Meet Jamie Greubel – A 2014 New Jersey Olympian

by Alice Magdziak • February 9, 2014 • Sports & LeisureComments (0)1482

Jamie Greubel is a bobsled driver born in Princeton. She attended the Hun School in Princeton before going to Cornell University and is now in Lesley University for graduate school.


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She ran track at Cornell where she competed in the Pentathlon and Heptathlon.   In 2008, she started as a brakeman in bobsled but soon switched over to being a driver. She was introduced to bobsled in 2007 by her college track teammate, Ethan Albreict-Carrie, who joined the US Bobsled Team after graduating from Cornell.

Jamie was an alternate on the 2010 U.S. Olympic Team and won a silver medal in the 2012 World Cup with teammate Emily Azevedo.

Follow her on Twitter at @JamieGreubel.

Good luck, Jamie!

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