Name: Josh Williamson
DOB: 8/29/1996
Hometown: Lake Mary, Fla.
World Championship Experience
  • 2019 Two-man World Championships- 16th with pilot Codie Bascue in Whistler
  • 2019 Four-man World Championships- 11th with pilot Codie Bascue in Whistler
  • Two-Man U-23 Two-Man World Championships with pilot Hunter Church - 6th in St. Moritz
Other Career Highlights
  • 2019-2020 Four-man World Cup- 11th in Lake Placid #1 with pilot Hunter Church (12/19); 5th in Lake Placid #2 with pilot Church (12/19); 8th in Winterberg #1 with pilot Church (1/20); 8th in Winterberg #2 with pilot Church (1/20); 6th in La Plagne with pilot Church (1/20); ; BRONZE in Igls with pilot Church (1/20); 6th in Koenigssee with pilot Church (1/20)
  • 2019-2020 Two-man World Cup- 6th in Lake Placid with pilot Codie Bascue (12/19); 10th in Igls with pilot Church (1/20)
  • 2019-2020 Two-man North American Cup- GOLD in Lake Placidwith pilot Codie Bascue (11/19)
  • 2018-2019 Four-man World Cup- 20th in Altenberg with pilot Codie Bascue (1/19); 13th in Igls with pilot Bascue (1/19); 9th in St. Moritz with pilot Bascue (1/19); 11th in Lake Placid with pilot Bascue (2/19)
  • 2018-2019 Two-man World Cup- 17th in Igls with pilot Justin Olsen (1/19); 16th in St. Moritz with pilot Olsen (1/19); 14th in Lake Placid with pilot Olsen (2/19);
  • 2018-2019 Two-Man North American Cup- 4th in Whistler #2 with pilot Bascue (11/18)
  • 2018-2019 Four-Man North American Cup- 13th in Whistler #1 with pilot Bascue (11/18), BRONZE in Whistler #2 with pilot Bascue (11/18)
  • 2017-2018 Four-Man World Cup for pilot Elana Meyers Taylor - 25th in Igls (12/17)
  • 2017-2018 Four-Man North American Cup for pilot Hunter Church - GOLD in Whistler #1 (11/17), SILVER in Whistler #2 (11/17), SILVER in Calgary #1 (11/17), GOLD in Calgary #2 (11/17)
Personal: Former Division 1 Lacrosse player at Mercer University and currently attend Florida State University...Loves warm weather, being with his family, and spending time outdoors...Got into bobsled by winning Team USA's "Scouting Camp: The Next Olympic Hopeful"