Bobsleigh pilot Nicole Vogt retired, Photos: IBSF / Viesturs Lacis

Lake Placid (RWH) U.S. bobsleigh pilot Nicole Vogt will no longer be on the steering ropes next season. This was reported by the USA Bobsled & Skeleton (USABS) national association.

“I have decided to retire, so today was my last race“, Nicole Vogt said after winning the 2023 US Championships in 2-woman bobsleigh. „Wrapping up my career on home ice as National Champions with Emily Renna was really special. It's been an honor to represent Team USA and USABS for the past 12 years. Thank you to everyone that's been part of my bobsled journey. I'm excited for the next season of life with time and space for something new,” 

Nicole Vogt started bobsledding in 2011 as a pusher and switched to the pilot's seat already in 2012. Nicole Vogt celebrated her greatest successes in the IBSF North America Cup with a total of 14 victories. In the women's monobob World Series, the 35-year-old has been at the top of the podium four times.

Nicole Vogt's best result in the BMW IBSF World Cup was sixth place in the monobob in November 2022 in Whistler (CAN). In 2019 in Whistler (CAN), she finished fourth in the World Cup with the US team. ©RWH2023

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Photo: IBSF / Viesturs Lacis
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