George Richard Lytcott Bovell is an Olympic bronze medalist swimmer and former world record holder from Trinidad and Tobago. Bovell is also a two-time World Championship bronze medalist, a record five-time Olympian and is the Caribbean region's most successful swimmer.
About George Bovell
Swimmer who won Trinidad and Tobago's first Olympic swimming medal when he took bronze at the 2004 games in the 200M individual medley.
He attended Auburn University, where he set a school record earning 25 All-American honors.
On March 25, 2004, he set a 200M IM world record, which lasted for more than a year and a half.
His brother, Nicholas Bovell, also competed at the 2008 Olympics.
When he won bronze at the 2004 Olympics, he finished behind silver-medalist Ryan Lochte, and gold-medalist Michael Phelps.
Information related to George Bovell
- Olympic bronze medalists for Trinidad and Tobago
- Pan American Games silver medalists for Trinidad and Tobago
- Pan American Games bronze medalists for Trinidad and Tobago
- Trinidad and Tobago male swimmers
- Olympic swimmers of Trinidad and Tobago
- Pan American Games gold medalists for Trinidad and Tobago
- Auburn Tigers men's swimmers
- Commonwealth Games competitors for Trinidad and Tobago
- Recipients of the Chaconia Medal
- Swimmers at the 2007 Pan American Games
- Swimmers at the 2003 Pan American Games
- Swimmers at the 2015 Pan American Games
- Swimmers at the 2014 Commonwealth Games
- Male medley swimmers
- Olympic bronze medalists in swimming
- Former world record holders in swimming
- Medalists at the FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)