Dennis Bowsher

USA Modern Pentathlon

D Bowsher
  • 2012

Height: 5' 9" 
Weight: 160
Resides: Colorado Springs, Colo.

Current World Ranking as of 11/16/11: 49th
2011 World Cup Ranking: 59th
2011 National Ranking: 2nd

The Short List

  • 2003 U.S. Junior Modern Pentathlon National Championships - Gold Medal
  • 2004 U.S. Junior Modern Pentathlon National Championships - Gold Medal
  • 2005 U.S. Open and Senior Modern Pentathlon National Championships - Gold Medal
  • 2006 U.S. Open and Senior Modern Pentathlon National Championships - Bronze Medal
  • 2007 - USA Pentathlon Senior National Championships - Gold Medal
  • 2009 - USA Pentathlon Senior National Championships - Gold Medal
  • 2011 - USA Pentathlon Senior National Championships - Gold Medal 

It's Every Day
Bowsher, a member of the United States Army World Class Athlete Program, is a resident athlete at the United States Olympic Complex in Colorado Springs, Colo...Dennis is the son of John and Nancy Bowsher...Has two brothers (Taylor and Tracey) and one sister Devon...Dennis graduated from W.T. White High School in 2001...Competed in swimming all four years of high school...Began modern pentathlon after seeing a recruitment flyer at a high school swim meet.

Competition Record:

2013 Results:
World Cup #1 (Palm Springs, California):
          -33rd Individual Men's Final
          -6th Mixed Relay Final

2012 Results:
January Domestic Qualifier (Colorado Springs): 1st

2011 Results:
December Domestic Qualifier (Colorado Springs): 1st
Pan Am Games (Guadalajara, Mexico): 4th
World Championships (Moscow, Russia): did not advance past semifinals
U.S. National Championships (Colorado Springs): GOLD
World Cup #2 (Sassari, Italy): 7th in mixed relay with Margaux Isaksen
Domestic Qualifier in Palm Springs, Calif.: 2nd

2010 Results:
Domestic Qualifier in Colorado Springs: 1st
Pan American Championships (Individual): 5th
Pan American Championships (Team): GOLD
World Championships in Chengdu, China - 54th (individual); 8th (team relay)
World Cup #5 in Berlin, Germany - 65th place
World Cup #4 in Budapest, Hungary - 61st place
World Cup #3 in Medway, Great Britain - 22nd place
World Cup #2 in Cairo, Egypt - 50th place
World Cup #1 in Playa del Carmen, Mexico - 35th place
Winter Open in Palm Springs, Calif. - Gold Medal

2009 Results:
Pan Am Championships in Buenos Aires, Argentina - Bronze Medal
World Championships in London, England - Did not advance past semifinal
USA Pentathlon Senior National Championships in Rancho Mirage, Calif. - Gold Medal
NORCECA Championships in Rancho Mirage, Calif. - Gold Medal
U.S. Open in Rancho Mirage, Calif. - Gold Medal
World Cup #4 in Rome, Italy - 44th Place
World Cup #3 in Budapest, Hungary - 51st Place
World Cup #1 in Mexico City, Mexico - 42nd Place

2007 Results:
USA Pentathlon Senior National Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA - Gold Medal
World Cup #5 in Drzonkow, Poland - Silver Medal
World Cup #4 in Budapest, Hungary - Did not advance past semifinal
World Cup #3 in Millfield, Great Britain - 36th Place
World Cup #2 in Cairo, Egypt - Did not advance past semifinal
World Cup #1in Mexico City, Mexico - 35th Place

2006 Results:
World Championships in Guatemala City, Guatemala - 22nd Place
U.S. Open and Senior Modern Pentathlon National Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA - Bronze Medal
World Cup #4 - Did not advance past semifinal
World Cup #3 - Did not advance past semifinal
World Cup #2 - Did not advance past semifinal
World Cup #1 - Did not advance past semifinal

2005 Results:
World Championships - Did not advance past semifinal
U.S. Open and Senior Modern Pentathlon National Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA - Gold Medal

2004 Results:
U.S. Junior Modern Pentathlon National Championships - Gold Medal

2003 Results:
U.S. Junior Modern Pentathlon National Championships - Gold Medal
U.S. Modern Pentathlon Senior National Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA - 13th Place

last updated 2/27/13


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