Adam Bowden

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Adam Bowden (born 5 August 1982) is a British international triathlete and former international runner who specialized in the 3000 metres steeplechase.

Early Life and education[edit]

Adam is originally from Watford, Hertfordshire and was educated at St. Michael's Catholic High School. He was a national level swimmer as a teenager before concentrating on athletics.

Athletics[edit]

As an athlete, Adam represented Great Britain on the road, cross country and track. He is a member of Harrow athletic club[1] and holds the club records for 3,000 metres Steeplechase and 10,000 metres. In 2001 he represented Great Britain in the World Junior Cross Country Championships and finished 6th in the European Junior Cross Country Championships later that year behind Mohammed Farah (who finished second). In 2006 he competed in the Commonwealth Games (finishing 9th) and European Championships steeplechase. After missing 2007 through injury, Adam won the 2008 UK Olympic Steeplechase trials.

Triathlon[edit]

Since 2008, Adam has been a professional triathlete. He is part of the British triathlon Uk Sport Lottery Funded World Class Program, based in Loughborough[2] and competed in the 2011 ITU World Championship Series. His highest placing in the ITU World Triathlon Series is 6th in San Diego in 2013. His best result so far in 2014 is 7th at the Chicago round of the 2014 ITU World Triathlon Series.[3]

Personal bests[4][edit]

Event Time Date Place
1500 m 3:40.83 25 June 2005 Solihull
3000 m 7:51.33 4 June 2008 Twickenham
5000 m 13:50.86 31 May 2008 Manchester
3000 m S/C 8:28.43 min 22 July 2006 Heusden

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