The person who sits in the front of the bobsleigh and steers. Usually the first person to enter the sled at the start.
The race team member who steers and throttles the boat.
The front person in the bobsled, who's responsible for steering. The essential job of the driver is to maintain the straightest possible line down the course by minimizing rocking and skidding in the curves.
The athlete who guides the bobsleigh down the track by pulling on a two-ring-handled steering device. As a crew leader, the driver (also called a pilot) enters the sled first during a race and is often responsible for a large portion of sled maintenance.
The driver is responsible for guiding the sled down the track. He pulls on two rings that are attached to the front runners to turn the sled. Drivers try to keep the sleds from rocking side to side when exiting curves, maintaining the straightest possible line down the course.