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.