Chris Le Bihan
  • Born: 05/27/1977
  • Age: 38
  • Height: 188cm
  • Weight: 100kg
  • Birthplace: Grande Prairie, Alberta

2013_05_12_HDSHOT_C_Le Bihan-2_1340pxChris Le Bihan made his Olympic debut at Vancouver 2010 and was a member of the four-man sled piloted by Lyndon Rush that won bronze, Canada’s first medal in the event since Innsbruck 1964.

World Championship Results

2009 (Lake Placid, USA): 12th – four-man 2008 (Altenberg, GER): 13th – two-man; 16th – four-man 2007 (St. Moritz, SUI): 17th – two-man

Career Notes

2009-10: Finished top-10 in first three events of season on World Cup in four-man, including gold in Park City, USA and bronze in Cesana, ITA. 2008-09: Finished 12th in four-man at WC … Canadian four-man champion and two-man silver medallist … Highest World Cup result is 13th in Lake Placid, USA in four-man. 2007-08: Finished 13th in two-man and 16th in four-man at WC … Won bronze in four-man at Canadian Championships in Calgary … Highest finish of season on World Cup circuit is 7th in Park City, USA. 2006-07: Finished 17th at WC in two-man … Won silver in both two-man and four-man at Canadian Championships in Calgary. 2005-06: First year competing on World Cup circuit … Missed qualifying for Turin Olympic Team by one spot … Finished 11th in first World Cup event in two-man in Calgary (11/11/05). 2004-05: Competed on development circuit, finishing 3rd overall in two-man and 3rd overall in four-man on America’s Cup Circuit.


Competed in downhill skiing and downhill mountain biking before bobsleigh … Started competing in 2004 while finishing Engineering degree from University of Calgary … If not an athlete would be a politician … Enjoys dog training, camping, fly fishing and managing entrepreneurial pursuits in spare time … His personal motto is to live in the moment.

Olympic Highlights








2010 VancouverOlympic Winter GamesBobsleighFour-Man - Men - Bronze
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