David Plummer

Olympic Swimmer

David Plummer is a former swimmer for the University of Minnesota. During his time in college he became a 14-time NCAA All-American. Plummer was a top contender in both the Big 10 Championships and NCAA Championships before he graduated in 2008. In 2016 he competed at the Rio Olympics. Plummer won a bronze medal in the 100 meter backstroke. He also earned a gold medal in the 4x100 meter medley relay. Throughout his swimming career Plummer has participated in competitions all over the world. He was named a member of the 2006 Pan-Pacs Champion Team. In 2007 he competed at his first World University Games. Additionally he competed in the Short Course World Championships in 2010 and the 2011 World Championships. Furthermore, he earned a spot on the US National Team 4 years in a row. The Oklahoma native is married to Dr. Erin Plummer and they have two sons together. Plummer serves on the Advisory Board of Positive Coaching Alliance-Minnesota.

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