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Jazmine Fenlator To Host ESPYS Red Carpet For TeamUSA.org

July 10, 2014, 5:05 p.m. (ET)

Jazmine Fenlator poses for a portrait at the NBC Olympics/United States Olympic Committee promotional photo shoot on April 27, 2013 in West Hollywood, California.

Los Angeles — 2014 bobsled Olympian Jazmine Fenlator will serve as a red carpet correspondent for TeamUSA.org during the 2014 ESPYS in Los Angeles on July 16. Fenlator will also take over Team USA’s Instagram and Twitter platforms to provide fans with up-to-the-minute red carpet updates and interviews with nominated Olympians and Paralympians.

Team USA athletes nominated for a 2014 ESPY award include 12 2014 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic champions, Jamie Anderson, Maddie Bowman, Joss Christensen, Meryl Davis, Declan Farmer, Kaitlyn Farrington, Sage Kotsenburg, Ted Ligety, Mikaela Shiffrin, Evan Strong, Charlie White and David Wise.

“I’m excited to see my teammates on the red carpet. Being a member of Team USA in Sochi will give me a unique perspective as a red carpet correspondent, and I’m happy to provide fans with the latest from their favorite Olympians and Paralympians,” says Fenlator who was paired with track & field star, Lolo Jones on the 2014 U.S. Olympic Women’s Bobsled Team.

About Jazmine Fenlator

U.S. Olympic Women’s Bobsled Pilot Jazmine Fenlator made her Olympic debut at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Stemming from her breakout season in 2012, she continues to accelerate as a pilot on the FIBT World Cup Circuit. Fenlator was one of the top track athletes at Rider University, specializing in shot put, discus and hammer before transitioning her skills to the U.S. Bobsled Team. To this day, she still holds many of the school's records for the indoor shot put, outdoor shot put and discus. Upon graduating from Rider in 2007, Fenlator’s track coach suggested she try a bobsled camp. She quickly fell in love and decided to dedicate her life to a different and equally challenging sport. After spending a few years as a brakeman, Fenlator decided to make the switch to the driver’s seat. In four seasons as a pilot, she has earned three World Cup medals – two silvers in Lake Placid, New York, and Park City, Utah, and bronze in Igls, Austria.  Fenlator in her spare time is in route to completing her second Master’s Degree with DeVry University’s Keller School of Management for her MBA in Marketing.  She also enjoys cooking, photography and creative arts, dancing and being involved in the community.

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