Chris 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.
Getting to know…
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.
|2010 Vancouver||Bobsleigh||Four-Man - Men||Bronze|
Notable International Results
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
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.