Shauna Rohbock’s sports career started out on the football (soccer) pitch, playing for Brigham Young University, where she set school records with 95 goals in her career, which at the time ranked her sixth all-time in the NCAA for women. Rohbock also ran sprints on the track team at Brigham Young. She then played professionally with the San Diego Spirit of the WUSA in 2003. Turning her attention to the bobsled, she has teamed up with Valerie Fleming and together they have won the most medals ever on the World Cup circuit for a US pair, male or female. At the World Championships, they were third in both 2005 and 2007, and have had 19 podium finishes on the World Cup circuit, with Rohbock earning two more with Elana Meyer as her brakeperson. Rohbock and Meyer were second at the 2009 World Championships, while Rohbock and Fleming have won three World Cup races.