Jeff Pain (born December 14, 1970) is an American-born, Canadianskeleton racer who has competed since 1995. He is regarded as one of the most successful male competitors in the history of the Canadian skeleton program. He was born in Anchorage, Alaska and his middle name is Thomas.
Pain has had an 15-year career with 20 World Cup podium finishes, 3 World Championship medals, and an Olympic silver medal. This included winning the men's Skeleton World Cup overall title twice (2004-5, 2005-6). He first represented Canada at the 2002 Olympic Winter games finishing 6th, where Skeleton returned after a 54-year hiatus. Then Pain went on to compete in the 2006 Winter Olympics where he finished with a silver medal behind fellow Canadian Duff Gibson. One distinguishing feature of Pain's skeleton gear is his custom-painted helmet, depicting the face of an enraged beaver. Pain was married to his wife Aly in 1997 and they have two sons.
Jeff and Aly recently released their first book, "The Business of Marriage & Medals" - A Relationship's Journey through Elite Performance. This book is a raw and honest account of the couples marriage while dealing with tremendous sacrifice and extended time apart.