Position: Utah Olympic Park coach


HEIGHT   5'8"    WEIGHT   150 lbs.

 

OLYMPIC HIGHLIGHTS

 

 

  • 2010 Olympic Winter Games - 6th place with partner Michelle Rzepka
  • 2006 Olympic silver medalist with Valerie Fleming

Shauna Rohbock began the sport of bobsled 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 and ranked second overall in World Cup standings.  She continued to slide well, earning a sliver and two bronze medals during the 2007-2008 season.  During the 2008-2009 season, Rohbock won a medal of each color and claimed gold at the World Cup race in Whistler, Canada, site of the 2010 Olympic Games.  Rohbock won silver at the 2009 World Championships and is ranked 3rd overall in FIBT women's bobsled rankings.

ABOUT ME

Rohbock graduated from Brigham Young University in 1999 with a degree in recreation management. While at BYU, she was a two-time All-American athlete in track and field and soccer.  Rohbock also played professional soccer for the San Diego Spirit.  In 2000 she joined the Utah Army National Guard and is a former member of the National Guard Outstanding Athlete Program.

Rohbock is the middle child of seven siblings: five sisters and one brother. One of the things she loves most about bobsledding is that it gives her the chance to see the world.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • 4th overall in 2010-2011 World Cup
    - SILVER in Whistler (11/10), 8th in Calgary (12/10), SILVER in Park City make-up (12/10), DNF in Lake Placid (12/10), GOLD in Igls (1/11), BRONZE in Winterberg (1/11), 7th in St. Moritz (1/11), 4th in Cesana (1/11), SILVER in World Championships in Koenigssee (2/11)
  • 4th overall in 2009-2010 World Cup
    -9th in Park City (11/09), 5th in Lake Placid (11/09), GOLD in Cesana (12/09), 4th in Winterberg (12/09), BRONZE in Altenberg (12/09), 7th in Konigssee (1/10), 5th in St. Moritz (1/10), GOLD in Igls (1/10)
  • 4th overall in 2008-2009 World Cup
    -7th in Winterberg (11/08), BRONZE in Altenberg (12/08), SILVER in Igls (12/08), GOLD in Konigssee (1/09), 6th in St. Moritz #1 (1/09), 6th in St. Moritz #2 (1/09), GOLD in Whistler (2/09)
  • SILVER at 2009 World Championships in Lake Placid (2/09)      
  • 5th overall in 2008-2009 America's Cup
    -GOLD in Park City #1 (10/08), GOLD in Park City #2 (10/08)
  • 4th overall in the 2007-2008 World Cup with brakewoman Valerie Fleming 
    -5th in Calgary (11/07), 3rd in Park City (12/07), 5th in Lake Placid (12/07), 4th in Cortina (1/08), 2nd in Cesana (1/08), 6th in St. Mortiz (1/08), 6th in Konigssee (2/08), 3rd in Winterberg (2/08)
  • 9th in World Championships in Altenberg, Germany (2/08)
  • 1st overall in the 2006-2007 World Cup with Valerie Fleming 
    -GOLD in Calgary (12/06), GOLD in Park City (12/06), BRONZE in Lake Placid (12/06), 4th in Cortina (01/07), SILVER in Igls (01/07), SILVER in Cesana Pariol (02/07), SILVER in Winterberg (02/07), SILVER in Königssee (02/07)
  • 3rd in World Championships in St. Moritz, Switzerland (02/07)
  • 3rd overall in the 2005-2006 World Cup with Valerie Fleming 
    -SILVER in Calgary (11/05), BRONZE in Lake Placid (11/05), BRONZE in Igls (12/05), BRONZE in Cortina (12/05), 4th in Königssee (01/06) , 12th in St. Moritz (01/06)
  • 5th overall in the 2004-2005 World Cup with Valerie Fleming
    -6th in Winterberg (11/04), BRONZE in Altenberg (12/04), BRONZE in Igls (12/04), 7th in Cortina (12/04), SILVER in Cesana Pariol (01/05), 6th in Lake Placid (02/05)
  • 3rd at World Championships in Calgary, Canada (02/05)
  • Set 7 track records during the 2004-2005 season
  • 9th overall in 2003-2004 World Cup as driver with Amanda Moreley and Erin Pac 
    -5th in Calgary (11/03), 4th in Lillehammer (01/04), 7th in Segulda (02/04)
  • 9th at World Championships in Königssee, Germany (02/04) 
  • 9th overall in 2002-2003 World Cup as a driver with Carol Lewis, Brianne Tenclay, Megan Kosman and Eric Pac 
  • 11th in Calgary (11/02), 7th in Park City (11/02), 7th in Lake Placid (12/02), 13th in Igls (01/03)
  • 13th at World Championships in Winterberg, Germany (02/03) 
  • 2001-2002 World Cup as brakewoman for Jill Bakken
  • 8th in Winterberg (11/01), 4th in Königssee(11/01), 7th in Igls (11/01)
  • 6th place in 2000 World Championships in Winterberg, Germany (02/00) as brakewoman for Jill Bakken