US Bobsled Pilot

Born in Provo, Utah and raised in Orem, Shauna has been athletic all of her life. She grew up playing soccer and ran track and field as a youngster. As a student-athlete at BYU, she was named All-American in both soccer and in track and field as an heptathalete–twice in both sports She won a silver medal  in the 2006 Olympics


Park City, Utah, 2010 U.S. bobsled team piloted the sixth-place women’s bobsled. She had won a silver medal during the 2006 Torino, Italy Olympics

Shauna Rohbock began the sport of bobsledding in 1999 as a brakewoman before moving into the driver’s seat in 2002. Rohbock was named to the 2006 Olympic team and capped off a successful season by winning a silver medal with brakewoman Valerie Fleming. She finished the 2006-2007 season with seven World Cup medals, ranked second overall in World Cup standings. Rohbock graduated from Brigham Young University in 1999 with a major in recreation management.

She was an All-American athlete in track and soccer while attending BYU. Rohbock was a member of the San Diego Spirit of the Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA) and a member of the Utah National Guard.

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