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Todd Hays

Bobsled and Skeleton

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Height: 6'2''  Weight: 235 lbs

Three-time Olympian Todd Hays began the sport of bobsled in 1994. Hays ended the 46-year Olympic medal drought for the U.S. men's bobsled team by winning the silver medal in 4-man bobsled at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah.   He followed his Olympic performance with silver and bronze World Championship medals in 2003 and 2004, respectively.  He finished 7th in 2-man and 4-man at the 2006 Olympic Games before taking a year off from the sport.  Hays returned in 2008 and has his sights set on his fourth Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada.   During the 2009 World Championships, Hays finished 9th in 4-man and 11th in 2-man.

ABOUT ME:
Hays was the 1993 National Champion in kickboxing.  He was also a linebacker for the University of Tulsa and was a member of the team that defeated Texas A & M in the 1991 Freedom Bowl.

OLYMPIC HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Silver Medal in four-man during the 2002 Olympic Games Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 2006 placed 7th in the four-man and two-man race in the Olympic Games in Torino, Italy  

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 22nd overall in 2009-2010 World Cup in the four-man
    -6th in Park City (11/09),

  • 23rd overall in 2009-2010 World Cup in the two-man
    -SILVER in Park City (11/09),

  • 12th overall in 2009-2010 America's Cup in the four-man
    -GOLD in Park City #2 (12/09), GOLD in Park City #3 (12/09)

  • 3rd overall in 2009-2010 America's Cup in the two-man
    -GOLD in Park City #1 (12/09), GOLD in Park City #2 (12/09), SILVER in Park City #3 (12/09),

  • 13th overall in 2008-09 World Cup in the four-man
    -13th in Winterberg (11/30), 19th in Altenberg (12/7), 9th in Igls (12/14), 9th in Konigsee (1/11), 5th in St. Moritz (1/18), 5th in Whistler (2/8)
    -9th in 2009 World Championship

  • 10th overall in 2008-2009 World Cup in the two-man
    -8th in Winterberg (11/08), 9th in Altenberg (12/08), 6th in Igls (12/08), 5th in Konigssee (1/09), 13th in St. Moritz WC #1 (1/15), 13th in St. Moritz WC #2 (1/17), 16th in Whistler (2/7)                                                                                                                                               -11th in 2009 World Championship    
  • 10th overall in 2008-2009 America's Cup in the four-man                                                           -4th in Park City #1 (11/1), SILVER in Park City #2 (11/2)
  • 14th overall in 2008-2009 America's Cup in the two-man
    -GOLD in Park City #1 (10/30), SILVER in Park City #2 (10/31)
  • 6th in 2009 Team World Championship
  • 2008 Driver-push Champion
  • 2007-2008 World Cup season in the four-man                                                                                   -3rd in Lake Placid (4/08)
  • 3rd overall in 2009 World Cup in the four-man
    -GOLD in St. Mortiz (1/06), SILVER in Konigssee (1/06), SILVER in Cortina (12/05), 4th in Igls (12/05), SILVER in Lake Placid (11/05), SILVER in Calgary (11/05)
  • 3rd overall in 2005-2006 World Cup in the two-man
    -5th in St. Moritz (1/06), 7th in Konigssee (1/06), SILVER in Cortina (12/05), BRONZE in Igls (12/05), BRONZE in Lake Placid (11/05), SILVER in Calgary (11/05) 
    -Placed 3rd at World Championships  in St. Moritz, Switzerland (2/06)
  • 3rd overall in 2004-2005 World Cup in the four-man
    -6th in Cesana (1/05), 4th in Cortina (12/04), SILVER in Igls (12/04), GOLDin Altenberg (12/04), GOLD in Winterberg 11/04) 
    -Placed fifth at World Championships in Calgary, Cananda (2/05)
  • 2004-2005 World Cup Driver
    -5th in Cesana (1/05), 9th in Cortina (12/04), 5th in Igls (12/04), 8th in Altenberg (12/04), 11th in Winterberg (11/04)