5'7"    WEIGHT   170 lbs.


  • 2010 Olympic Winter Games - Bronze medalist with partner Elena Meyers


  • 6th overall in 2009-2010 World Cup
    -BRONZE in Park City (11/09), 7th in Lake Placid (11/09), 5th in Cesana (12/09), BRONZE in Winterberg (12/09), 6th in Altenberg (12/09), 5th in Konigssee (1/10), 13th in St. Moritz (1/10), 4th in Igls (1/10)
  • 9th overall in 2008-2009 World Cup
    -4th in Winterberg (11/08), 10th in Altenberg (12/08), 4th in Igls (12/08), 6th in Konigssee (1/09), 9th in St. Moritz WC #1 (1/09),  4th in St. Moritz #2 (1/09), BRONZE in Whistler (2/09)
  • 7th overall in 2008-2009 America's Cup
    -SILVER in Park City #1 (10/08), SILVER in Park City #2 (10/08)
  • 2008 Driver-Push Champion 
  • 11th overall in 2007-08 World Cup as driver
    -8th in Calgary (11/07), 5th in Park City (12/07), 6th in Lake Placid (12/07), 14th in Cesana (1/08), 9th in St. Mortiz (1/08), 17th in Konigssee (2/08), 7th in Winterberg (2/08)
  • 7th at World Championships  in Altenberg, Germany (2/08)
  • 22nd overall as a driver in 2006-2007 World Cup as driver -10th at Igls
  • 8th at World Championships in St. Moritz, Switzerland (2/07)
  • 2nd overall 2006-07 America's Cup as driver
    -GOLD and SILVER in Calgary (11/06), SILVER in Lake Placid (12/06), BRONZE and SILVER in Park City (12/06)
  • 2004-2005 World Cup as brakewoman for Shauna Rohbock and Jill Bakken
    -BRONZE and start record in Altenberg (12/04), 7th in Cortina (12/04), 8th in Cesana Pariol (01/05), 18th in St. Moritz (01/05)
  • 2003-2004 World Cup as brakewoman for Shauna Rohbock and Sara Sprung 
    -11th in Calgary (11/03), 9th in Lake Placid(12/03), 7th in Sigulda (02/04)
  • 2002-2003 World Cup as brakewoman for Shauna Rohbock 
    -7th in Park City (11/02), 7th in Lake Placid (12/02), 13th in Igls (01/03)


Erin Pac began bobsled as a brakeman in 2002, joining the World Cup team to push for drivers Bakken, Rohbock, and Sprung.  In January 2005, Pac was recognized along with the U.S. Women's Bobsled Team as the USOC Team of the Month. During the 2005-2006 season, she learned to drive and made her World Cup driving debut just one year later during the 2006-2007 season.  Pac continues to climb in the international rankings, recently claiming a bronze medal at the inaugural World Cup race in Whistler, Canada.  She placed 6th at the 2009 World Championships in Lake Placid.


Pac received a bachelors of science in rehabilitation and disabilities studies with a concentration in rehabilitation counseling from Springfield College. While attending Springfield, Pac ran track and field. She tends to be more of a homebody, as she enjoys watching movies, swimming and having barbecues with her friends. Her favorite movie is Serendipity.