Nick Poloniato

Nick Poloniato

After spending 2015-16 primarily on the Europa Cup circuit, Nick Poloniato joined the World Cup team full-time in 2016-17. He surpassed all expectations with a fifth-place finish in the two-man event at the world championships with Neville Wright.

Alex Kopacz

Alex Kopacz

Alex Kopacz celebrated his first World Cup podium in January 2016 when he was part of Justin Kripps’ four-man crew that won bronze in Lake Placid. In the 2017-18 season the Kripps-Kopacz earned four podiums together in the two-man event, including one victory.

Melissa Lotholz

Melissa Lotholz

Melissa Lotholz and Kaillie Humphries reached the podium in all eight World Cup races in 2015-16, winning gold at four of them, to claim the overall World Cup title.

Christine De Bruin

Christine De Bruin

Less than two months after Christine de Bruin switched from a World Cup brakeman to a development pilot she finished fourth in her first North American Cup race in March 2013. In 2015, de Bruin won three North American Cup races in a row, and proceeded to make her World Cup debut as a pilot a year later.

Cam Stones

Cam Stones

Cam Stones attended his first scouting combine at age 22 and a year later made his international bobsleigh debut in January 2015 in a North American Cup race. He made his World Cup debut in January 2016.

Josh Kirkpatrick

Josh Kirkpatrick

Josh Kirkpatrick made his first World Cup start as a member of Chris Spring’s four-man crew in 2014 after attending at talent ID camp that summer.

Alysia Rissling

Alysia Rissling

Alysia Rissling made history in February 2015 during a North American Cup race in Park City, Utah when she became the first ever pilot of an all-female four-man sled in an internationally sanctioned race.

Seyi Smith

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Seyi Smith

Oluseyi or Seyi (nicknamed Shay) Smith’s first Olympic experience was at London 2012 where he was part of Canada’s 4x100m relay team.