Athlete Profile: Nathan Schrimsher
|Date of Birth:||1992-05-22|
|Home:||United States of America|
|Best Total Points Performance||5360, UIPM Junior World Championships (2012-09-03)||4788|
|Best 25m Swim Performance||2:10.52, 1236 Points Youth A World Championships (2008-09-18)||02:10:00|
|Best 33m Swim Performance||2:08.30, 1264 Points UIPM Junior World Championships (2011-11-17)||02:08:00|
|Best 50m Swim Performance||2:01.75, 1340 Points UIPM Junior World Championships (2012-09-03)||02:05:09|
|Best Riding Points||1000, UIPM Junior World Championships (2012-09-03)||1000|
|Best Combined Performance||11:09.84, 2324 Points UIPM World Cup #1 (2012-03-08)||11:49:17|
Junior Pentathlon World Ranking
|Date||Rank||Points||Event One||Event Two||Event Three|
UIPM Junior World Championships
|Sep 2012||30th||UIPM Junior World Championships, Drzonkow, Poland||Junior||Final||26|
|Sep 2012||14th||UIPM Junior World Championships, Drzonkow, Poland||Junior||Team-relay 3 members|
|Mar 2012||17th||UIPM World Cup #1, Charlotte NC, United States of America||Senior||Qualification C||1|
|Nov 2011||24th||UIPM Junior World Championships, Buenos Aires, Argentina||Junior||Qualification B||8|
|Nov 2011||12th||UIPM Junior World Championships, Buenos Aires, Argentina||Junior||Team-relay 2 members|
|Jun 2011||19th||2011 Guadalajara Open, Guagalajara, Mexico||Senior||Final||12|
|May 2011||22nd||UIPM World Cup #4, Chengdu, China||Senior||Qualification C||1|
|Feb 2011||18th||UIPM World Cup #1, Palm Springs CA, United States of America||Senior||Qualification A||1|
|Aug 2010||13th||Youth Olympic Games, Singapore, Singapore||Junior||Final|
|Dec 2009||3rd||YOG Qualification, Buenos Aires, Argentina||Youth A||Final|
|Jul 2009||24th||Youth A World Championships, Cairo, Egypt||Youth A||Final|
|Jun 2009||19th||NORCECA, Palm Springs CA, United States of America||Senior||Final|
|Nov 2008||1st||NORCECA Youth AB Championships, Cleveland, United States of America||Youth A||Final|
|Sep 2008||65th||Youth A World Championships, Albena, Bulgaria||Youth A||Final|
|Sep 2008||15th||Youth A World Championships, Albena, Bulgaria||Youth A||Team-relay 3 members|
NewsMen's Qualification Preview: Experienced Athletes Looking to Shine
Nov 18th Nov, 11
After a great day of Women’s qualifications yesterday, it is now the men’s turn to impress the local Argentinean crowd.
Bowsher Win's 4th USA National Title
Aug 16th Aug, 11
Dennis Bowsher (Dallas, Texas) has a thing for odd-numbered years. The 28-year-old member of the U.S. Army's World Class Athlete Program, and a resident athlete at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center, won his fourth U.S. Modern Pentathlon National Championship title on Sunday on the grounds of the Training Center. All four of his national titles have come in odd-numbered years (2005, 2007, 2009 & 2001).
1 Year to Go YOG Video Special
Jul 27th Jul, 11
Youth Olympic Games Modern Pentathletes Nathan Schrimsher (USA) & Aleix Heredia (ESP) share their thoughts together with other Youth Olympic games athletes about 1 year to go until the London 2012 Olympic and their hopes of qualification.
Youth Olympic Games Graduates Exclusive Interviews
Jun 15th Jun, 11
Not one, but two former YOG pentathletes have been busy making their mark on the world senior circuit, with the London 2012 Olympic Games now firmly in their sights.
From the Youth Olympics Games to World Cup #2
Apr 15th Apr, 11
From the Youth Olympics to World Cup #2 In Singapore last year the top Youth Modern Pentathletes from across the globe gathered to compete in the Youth Olympic Games. For these young athletes it was the pinnacle of their fledgling sporting career. It also gave them a taste of what was to come, competing at an elite level against the best in the World.
Saksen & Isaksen Claim US Open Title
Jan 12th Jan, 11
On 7 January 2011, 32 athletes aged between 13- 27 came to Rancho Mirage, California to test their physical abilities in Pentathlon at the 2011 US Open. Athletes were from Canada and the United States, with a mix of Elite Pentathletes with juniors and seniors also competing in hope to qualify for the 2011 World Cup Series. There were also some newcomers who surprised everyone in the overall standings, the youngest being 13 years old.
Pentahletes Nominated for Peace & Sport Photo Of the Year
Oct 7th Oct, 10
An image of the Youth Olympic Games Modern Pentathlon mixed relay pairing of Youth Olympic Games Gold Medallist Cuban Leydi Laura Moya Lopez and American Nathan Schrimsher has been selected as 1 of only 4 Peace and Sport Image of the year nominations. The 18-year-old teenagers who were picked by chance to form the team at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Singapore and could hardly communicate in English or Spanish, but successfully represented the two nations which have gone through 50 years of political tensions and demonstrated that sport promotes dialogue. Although Cuba and the USA have competed against each other in sports competitions, this was the first time in decades that Cubans and Americans paired up in a professional event in such a friendly atmosphere. Please get behind these 2 young Pentathletes stars and cast your vote for this symbolic image to become Peace and Sport Image of the year at http://www.peace-sport.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=287&Itemid=332&lang=en. Voting closes Monday 11 October, so be quick! The winner will be announced Tuesday 12 October during the Sportel Monaco event the Georges Bertellotti Golden Podium Awards, having been chosen by votes from both the public and the jury. Then, the award will be officially presented during the 2010 Peace and Sport Awards Ceremony which will take place during the Gala Dinner of the Peace and Sport International Forum, on 2 December, in the Principality of Monaco.
Leydi Laura Moya Lopez (CUB) and Nathan Schrimsher (USA) Bridge Gaps
Aug 25th Aug, 10
Fate threw them together. Together they made sports history. They bridged 90 miles, 50 years and a raft of political complexities, two teenagers, both 18 years old, one American, the other Cuban. In the mixed relay event that wrapped up the modern pentathlon competition at these first-ever Youth Olympic Games, Cuban Leydi Laura Moya Lopez and American Nathan Schrimsher competed together as a team. Two nations, one entry on the start sheet.