Name: Clare Egan
Sport: Biathlon
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 125lbs
DOB: 11/19/1987
Hometown: Cape Elizabeth, Maine
High School: Cape Elizabeth High School, '06
College: Wellesley '10 - International Communication, UNH '12 - MA Linguistics
Team/Club: Craftsbury Green Racing Project
Coach(es): Armin Auchentaller
Olympic Experience
  • 2022 Beijing Winter Games - 7th in mixed relay (w/ Susan Dunklee, Sean Doherty & Paul Schommer) / 39th in individual / 46th in sprint / 38th in pursuit / 11th in relay (w/ Susan Dunklee, Deedra Irwin & Joanne Reid)
Other Career Highlights
  • 2018 Olympian
  • 6x World Championship Teams
  • 3rd place, Mass Start, 2019 World Cup Final, @ Oslo, Norway
  • 6th place, Pursuit, 2018 World Cup @ Pokljuka, Solvenia
  • 6th Place, Individual, 2020 World Cup @ Pokljuka, Slovenia
  • 18th Overall, 2018-2019 World Cup season
Personal: Hobbies & interests: traveling, learning languages, dancing, guitar, going to the spa, gardening, food and wine

Did you know...? 
My dream vacation spot is… Big Major Cay ("Pig Island"), Bahamas 
When traveling, the thing I miss the most is… my stuffed animal pig, Hilda 
My favorite meal is… (vegetarian) risotto 
I never leave my house without… my lucky pigs 
If I were not an athlete, I would... have a pet miniature piglet 

More on Clare:

Clare started skiing in middle school for Cape Nordic and was a Maine high school state champion and two-time member of the New England Junior National team. As an undergraduate student at Wellesley College, she ran cross-country and track and started the Wellesley Ski Team. After graduating in 2010, Clare spent a year at the University of New Hampshire, where she competed in Division I cross-country, track, and Nordic skiing while pursuing a master's degree in linguistics. She joined the Craftsbury Green Racing Project cross-country ski team in June of 2011 and competed in her first biathlon race in 2013. In January of 2015 she made her biathlon World Cup debut and since then she has represented the US Biathlon Team at six World Championships as well as the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. In March of 2019, Clare reached the World Cup podium for the first time, taking bronze in the mass start at the Word Cup final in Oslo, Norway. 

Clare speaks five languages and was elected in 2018 to Chair the International Biathlon Union Athletes’ Committee until 2022. She lives in Lake Placid, New York.


Biathlon Since: 2013, cross-country ski racing since: 2002 
Member of National Team since:  2015 
Skis:  Salomon  
Boots:  Salomon 
Club:  Craftsbury Green Racing Project  
Coach:  Armin Auchentaller


- 45
2020/21  - 36
2019/20  - 42
2018/19  - 18
2017/18  - 63
2016/17  - 55
2015/16  - 67
2014/15  - 94


3 MS 2018/19 Oslo (NOR) WC
4 IN 2021/22 Antholz (ITA) WC
6 IN 2019/20 Pokljuka (SLO) WC
6 PU 2018/19 Pokljuka (SLO) WC
9 SP 2020/21 Hochfilzen (AUT) WC
9 PU 2018/19 Oslo (NOR) WC
10 SP 2020/21 Hochfilzen (AUT) WC
11 SP 2018/19 Ostersund (SWE) WCH
11 PU 2018/19 Antholz (ITA) WC