CPT CHRISTOPHER FOGT
Hometown: Alpine, Utah
High school: American Fork High School, Utah
College: Utah Valley University
Career field: Military Intelligence
CPT Chris Fogt finished 10th in the two-man bobsled event at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, where his four-man sled, driven by U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program SGT John Napier, crashed in the four-man event. This time around, Fogt is expected to be aboard USA-1, driven by defending Olympic champion Steven Holcomb, who spent seven years in WCAP. He likely will compete in the two-man event, perhaps again with Holcomb. After competing in 2010 Winter Olympics, Fogt deployed to Iraq for one year in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn. He returned to America on July 4, 2011, and resumed training for the Olympics.
2014 Bronze in four-man, Olympic Games, Sochi, Russia
2013 Gold in four-man and two-man, World Cup, Park City, Utah
2013 Gold in four-man and two-man, World Cup, Lake Placid, N.Y.
2013 Gold in four-man, World Cup, Calgary, Canada
2013 U.S. national push champion, Lake Placid, N.Y.
2013 Ninth in two-man, World Championships, St. Moritz, Switzerland
2012 Bronze in four-man, World Cup, Lake Placid, N.Y.
2012 Ninth in two-man, World Cup, Whistler, Canada
2011 Seventh in two-man, World Cup, Igls, Austria
2010 10th in two-man, Olympic Winter Games, Whistler, Canada
2014 Olympic Bronze Medalist - 4 Man Bobsled (Breakman)
Held Utah Valley University outdoor track and field records for 100 meters (10.53 seconds), 200 meters (21.3), 400 meters (48.7) and indoor for 60 meters (6.9 seconds)
"I try to apply the warrior ethos and mentality of never quitting or accepting defeat in my training and competitions. Being a Soldier-athlete helps keep me focused and working hard because I am representing more than just my team and myself. I’m representing the most powerful and respected organization in the world. I need to reflect that in the way I present myself, train, and perform."