Chris Langton

    Athlete Bio





    Height:  6'0"  Weight:  218 lbs

    Chris Langton is the younger brother of world champion bobsledder Steve Langton.  He played lacrosse for Cornell University, where he graduated with a B.A. before following in his brother's footsteps as a bobsledder.  Just weeks into his career, Langton was selected for the national team.

    "I expected it to be similar to the thrill one gets from a roller coaster ride, but it was more more exciting," Langton said about his first ride in a sled.

    He is one of three sons to Anne and Steve Langton.  He still enjoys playing lacrosse and spends time fishing and boating during the summer months.

    Career Highlights:


    • 2013-2014 World Cup as Brakeman for Cory Butner in two-man                                              - 9th in Igls (1/18), 4th in Koenigssee (1/25)
    • 2013-2014 World Cup as push athlete for Cory Butner in four-man                                         - 15th in Calgary (11/30), 13th in Park City (12/7), 15th in Lake Placid (12/15), 25th in Winterberg #1 (1/4), 13th in Winterberg #2 (1/5), 18th in Igls (1/19)
    • 2012-2013 World Cup as push athlete for Nick Cunningham in two-man                               - 4th Team Event in Winterberg (12/12)
    • 2012-2013 World Cup as push athlete for Cory Butner in four-man
      -24th in La Plagne (11/12), 23th in Sochi (2/13)


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