Eli Bremer

Pentathlon

E Bremmer

Height: 6-0
Weight: 167 lbs.
Resides: Colorado Springs, Colo.
Coaches: Janusz Peciak and Genedijus Sokolovas
High School: Lewis-Palmer H.S. (Monument, Colo.) '96
College: U.S. Air Force Academy '00
Major: Economics
Grad School: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs '06
Degree: MBA, Marketing

See Eli's March 2010 Q&A

Current World Ranking as of 11/16/11: 44th
2011 World Cup Ranking: 100th
2011 National Ranking: 4th
 

Sports Played in High School: cross country and swimming

Sports Played in College: swimming and fencing

Hobbies: real estate investing and politics 

Personal: Bremer, a member of the United States Air Force World Class Athlete Program, serves as a Captain in the United States Air Force and is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy (2000).  Was active duty in the U.S. Air Force for seven years and transitioned to the Air Force Reserve in September 2007 before transitioning back to Air Force Active Reserve in March 2008.  Also in March 2008, was selected as a regional finalist for the prestigious White House Fellows Program for 2008-2009.  Eli comes from a politically active family.  His father, Duncan Bremer (Colorado Springs, Colo.), ran in the 2006 race to represent Colorado's Fifth Congressional District in the United States Congress, the seat vacated by the retiring Joel Hefley.  Eli's uncle, Ambassador L. Paul Bremer III, served as Presidential Envoy to Iraq and Administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority leading the U.S. reconstruction effort in Iraq from May 2003 to June 2004.  Bremer and is wife Cami reside in Colorado Springs, Colo.  Bremer is the son of Duncan and Michele Bremer.

Competition Record:

2012 Results:
-January U.S. Domestic Qualifier (Colorado Springs): 2nd

2011 Results:
-December U.S. Domestic Qualifier (Colorado Springs): 3rd
-World Championships (Moscow, Russia): did not advance past semifinals
-U.S. National Championships (Colorado Springs): BRONZE
-NORCECA Championships (Guadalajara, Mexico): BRONZE individual/SILVER in team event with Will Brady and Nathan Schrimsher

2010 Results:
Domestic Qualifier in Colorado Springs: 4th
Pan American Championships (Individual): 9th
Pan American Championships (Team): GOLD
World Championships in Chengdu, China - 84th place
World Cup #5 in Berlin, Germany - 54th place
World Cup #4 in Budapest, Hungary - 60th place
World Cup #3 in Medway, Great Britain - 50th place
World Cup #2 in Cairo, Egypt - 60th place
World Cup #1 in Playa del Carmen, Mexico - 38th place
Winter Open in Palm Springs, Calif. - SILVER

2009 Results:
World Championships in London, England - Did not advance past semifinals
USA Pentathlon Senior National Championships in Rancho Mirage, Calif. - 4th Place
NORCECA Championships in Rancho Mirage, Calif. - 10th Place
World Cup #3 in Budapest, Hungary - 66th Place
World Cup #2 in Cairo, Egypt - 58th Place
World Cup #1 in Mexico City, Mexico - 35th Place

2008 Results:
Olympic Games in Beijing, China - 22nd place
World Championships in Budapest, Hungary - 12th Place
World Cup #5 in Kladno, Czech Republic - Elected not to compete
World Cup #4 in Madrid, Spain - 26th Place
World Cup #3 in Millfield, England - 10th Place
World Cup #2 in Mexico City, Mexico - Fifth Place
World Cup #1 in Cairo, Egypt - Elected not to compete 

2007 Results:
USA Pentathlon Senior National Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA - Bronze Medal
World Cup #5 in Drzonkow, Poland - Did not advance past semifinal
World Cup #4 in Budapest, Hungary - 16th Place
World Cup #3, Millfield, England - Did not advance past semifinal
World Cup #2, Cairo, Egypt - Did not advance past semifinals
World Cup #1, Mexico City, Mexico - 19th Place

2006 Results:
World Championships, Guatemala City, Guatemala - Did not advance past semifinals
U.S. Open and Senior Modern Pentathlon National Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA - Gold Medal
World Cup Final - 19th Place
World Cup #6 - 11th Place
Pan American Championships - Gold Medal
World Cup #4 - 23rd Place
World Cup #3 - 25th Place
World Cup #2 - Did not advance past semifinal
World Cup #1- 22nd Place

2005 Results:
Pan American Championships - Fourth Place
U.S. Modern Pentathlon Senior National Championships (Colorado Springs, Colo.) - Fifth Place

2003 Results:
U.S. Modern Pentathlon Senior National Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo., USA - Fourth Place

last updated: 1/20/12

Related Articles


More Stories ›