Bowman is best known as the coach of record-breaking American swimmer Michael Phelps. He has a younger sister, Donna Bowman, who works at Chapin Middle School as a computer science professor. Bowman graduated from Florida State with a bachelor of science degree in developmental psychology and a minor in music composition in Bowman was also the head coach and program director for the Birmingham Swim League from to While with the Birmingham Swim League, he was responsible for program design, staff development and daily operation of a member club. Under his supervision, BSL improved to a top five program regionally after finishing out of the top 20 the previous 10 years.
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He has actually competed at five Olympics; however, he did not medal at his first Games in Sydney, Australia. At years-old, Phelps retired from swimming as the greatest of all-time. His retirement came just days after finishing his fifth Olympics with five golds and a silver medal. While following in the wake of his two older sisters, Whitney and Hilary, a young Phelps was initially fearful of putting his face in the water. However, he overcame this discomfort and, in , was inspired by the performances of Tom Malchow and Tom Dolan during the Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. Shortly thereafter, he joined the North Baltimore Athletic Club, where he met Bob Bowman, the coach who would see him through the highs and lows of the rest of his career.
David Norris Phelps born October 21, is an American Christian music vocalist, songwriter and vocal arranger, who is best known for singing tenor in the Gaither Vocal Band. Mary Ella is a retired English Professor. He has two older sisters, Sherri Proctor who sang backup vocals for him on tour, before dying from cancer in September  and Kari Lee a professional trumpeter who tours with the Chicago-based Millar Brass Ensemble. He attended Baylor University , where he directed the Baylor Religious Hour Choir graduating in with a degree in music and vocal performance.
Michael Phelps is an American swimmer who holds the record for the most Olympics medals won by any athlete at 28, including 23 gold medals and 13 individual golds. Phelps competed in his first Olympics at the age of 15, as part of the U. He was the first American male swimmer to earn a spot on five Olympic teams and also made history as the oldest individual gold medalist in Olympic swimming history at the age of The youngest of three children, Phelps grew up in the neighborhood of Rodgers Forge.