Brittney Bult

Birth Date:Aug. 8, 1998 (age 25)
Birth Place:Brampton, ON
Residence:Brampton, ON
Hometown:Brampton, ON

Brittney always loved sports. She specialized in softball where she played for the Brampton Blazers. She has no shortage of medals to show for her accomplishments in the sport: a four-time provincial champion, two-time provincial finalist, and a bronze medalist at National Championships. Nicknamed “Robo-Pitcher,” Brittney was named MVP at the 2016 provincial championships. Her softball career continued into post-secondary. She played ball at Lawrence Technological University where she was named to the First-Team All-Conference her junior year. It was clear a future in bobsleigh was in her cards. Brittney was a member of the concrete toboggan competition – Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race – for three years where her team designed and raced a sled down a toboggan hill. The sled was made of concrete skis/runners and a metal structure. The team was judged on both the steering and braking system.

Bobsleigh was always something she wanted to try. Too busy during college chasing her engineering degree which she completed in 2020 and playing softball, Brittney went to a OBSA push camp in 2023 in Lake Placid. She then went to national selection camp in Calgary where she now finds herself on the North American Cup circuit.

Did You Know... Brittney works part-time as a Civil Engineer designing and overseeing construction of municipal projects. Her dream job is to design trails through National Parks. She enjoys gardening, growing a backyard full of veggies and flowers. Her favourite band growing up was Mumford & Sons. She had her appendix removed after diving back to third base in softball. She cites her parents as her heroes for how hard they worked to prove for Brittney and her brother.