Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)
Jill Bakken attended college at Utah, Oregon State, and Eastern Washington, playing soccer at Oregon State, and graduating from Eastern Washington. She competed at the 2002 Olympics while in the Army National Guard, where she worked with the Army World Class Athlete Program. In the World Cup, Bakken was second in the 1999-2000 season. She and Vonetta Flowers won the first women’s Olympic gold medal in bobsled at the 2002 Winter Olympics. She has since become the driving coach for Canada’s bobsled team.
|2002 Winter||25||Salt Lake City||Bobsleigh||Women's Two||United States-2||USA||1||Gold|
|2002 Winter||25||Salt Lake City||Bobsleigh||United States-2||USA||Vonetta Flowers||Final Standings|
|2002 Winter||25||Salt Lake City||Bobsleigh||United States-2||USA||Vonetta Flowers||Run 1|
|2002 Winter||25||Salt Lake City||Bobsleigh||United States-2||USA||Vonetta Flowers||Run 2|