US Army Specialist Logan Storie Breaks His Own World Record

July 02, 2015, 12 a.m. (ET)



Berlin, Germany
- US Army Specialist Logan Storie, Corvallis, OR a member of the US Army World Class Athlete Program and USA Pentathlon National Team broke his own world record during the 2015 Modern Pentathlon World Championships being held in Munich, Germany.

Storie who swam in college for the University of Florida Gators swam 1:53.08 to break his own Modern Pentathlon World Record in the 200 meter individual freestyle swim. Logan has transitioned from the sport of swimming to now competing in pentathlon a sport composed of 5 different events: running, shooting, fencing, equestrian show jumping and swimming.

Fellow national team members US Army Specialist Nathan Schrimsher, Roswell, NM and younger brother Lucas Schrimsher swam life time bests of 2:00.2 and 2:02.1 respectively.

There were major malfunctions at the shooting range as the Sun's heat caused weapons to malfunction and the brightness caused targets to not operate properly. US Army Sergeant Dennis Bowsher, Dallas, TX missed the final by 20 points.