Elana Meyers Taylor Family – Elana Meyers Taylor is an American Olympic bobsledder born to her parents Eddie Meyers ( Father ) and Janet Meyers know all about her in this Blog.
Elana Meyers Taylor is an American Olympic bobsledder and World Champion who has competed since 2007. Born in Oceanside, California, Meyers Taylor was raised in Douglasville, Georgia and is a graduate of The George Washington University, where she was a member of the softball team.
Elana Meyers Taylor Quick Facts
|Real Name||Elana Meyers Taylor|
|Date of Birth||10 October 1984|
|Age ( As per 2022 )||37 years|
|Place of Birth||Oceanside, California, United States|
|Spouse / Partner||Nicholas Taylor (m. 2014)|
|Mother Name||Janet Meyers|
|Father Name||Eddie Meyers|
|Education||George Washington University|
Elana Meyers Taylor Family, Parents
Elana Meyers Taylor was Born on 10 October 1984 in Oceanside, California, United States. Her Parents name is Eddie Meyers ( Father ) and Janet Meyers ( Mother ).Her father, Eddie, was a professional football player who attended George Washington University on a scholarship for softball. Elana was born on October 10, 1984, in Oceanside, California.
Elana Meyers Taylor Husband, Children
Elana Meyers Taylor married with her husband Nicholas Taylor. Nic is her fellow Olympic bobsledder and coach. The couple got married in 2014.The couple have a son together . As reported on 11 Alive, her son was deaf in both ears when he was born and went to the Atlanta Speech School.
Elana Meyers Taylor Net Worth
Elana Meyers Taylor has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2022.She is an American Olympic bobsledder and World Champion who has competed through this she earn a good amount of money.
Elana Meyers Taylor Career
Meyers Taylor won the silver in the bobsled two-woman event with Shauna Rohbock at the 2009 FIBT World Championships in Lake Placid, New York. She was named to the U.S. team for the 2010 Winter Olympics on January 16, 2010.
On February 24, 2010, Meyers Taylor along with Erin Pac won the bronze medal at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Their first run has a time of 53.28. Their second run has a time of 53.05. Their third run has a time of 53.29. Their fourth run has a time of 53.78 for a total of 3:33.40 a difference of +1.12 from first place.
In 2010, Elana Meyers Taylor received a grant from the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) Travel and Training Fund, and another in 2013. She went on to serve on the WSF advisory board and eventually served as their president in 2019.
Meyers Taylor and brake-woman Katie Eberling placed second at the 2013 FIBT World Championships in St. Moritz. On February 19, 2014, Meyers Taylor along with Lauryn Williams won the silver medal at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Their first run has a time of 57.26, a track record.
Their second run has a time of 57.63. Their third run has a time of 57.69. Their fourth run has a time of 58.13 for a total of 3:50.71 a difference of +0.10 from first place, just edged out by rival Canada 1, piloted by Kaillie Humphries and braked by Heather Moyse. In April 2014, she took part in 2014 China Women’s Sevens with United States women’s national rugby union team (sevens).
In September 2014, the Fédération Internationale de Bobsleigh et de Tobogganing announced it would allow mixed-gender crews to compete in four-man bobsleigh. On 8 November, Meyers Taylor led a four-man crew to third place in the US trials, securing a place to compete for the US national team, despite only having four days training in a four-man sled.
On November 15, 2014, Meyers and Kaillie Humphries of Canada became the first women to compete with/against men in an international four-man bobsleigh competition, in the season-opening North American Cup race in Park City, Utah.
Meyers Taylor piloted her mixed-team’s sled to a seventh-place finish, Humphries piloted hers to sixth. In February 2015, Meyers Taylor and pusher Cherrelle Garrett beat three German crews to win the first world championship title in women’s bobsled for the United States. This also made Meyers Taylor the first U.S. bobsled driver, either male or female, in 56 years to win a worlds title on a non-North American track.
In February 2018, Meyers Taylor and pusher Lauren Gibbs won a silver medal in the two-woman bobsleigh event at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Meyers Taylor was chosen as a flag bearer for the 2022 US Olympic team, but was unable to attend the opening ceremony due to testing positive for COVID-19 and was replaced by Brittany Bowe who served on her behalf.