2012 Australian Paralympic Team portrait of Bowen
|Born||14 May 1984|
|Club||Queanbeyan Athletics Club|
Damien Bowen (given birth to 14 Might 1984) can be an Australian seated shot putter and seated javelin thrower. He displayed Australia in athletics in the 2012 Summer season Paralympics but didn’t medal.
Bowen was created on 14 Might 1984 in Perth, European Australia. By 2012, he lives in Queanbeyan, New South Wales and it is from your Australian Capital Place. Bowen offers cerebral palsy.
Bowen is a seated shot putter and seated javelin thrower. He competes in the F34 classification. He's coached by Alison O’Riordan, and it is a member from the Queanbeyan Athletics Membership. He became involved with athletics while surviving in Traditional western Australia. In 2008, Bowen acquired a scholarship using the Australian Institute of Sport. In '09 2009, he previously an "Desire to be a Champ" offer. In 2011, he previously a scholarship using the Action Academy of Sport.Bowen were only available in athletics in 2006. He competed on the 2008 Summertime Olympics, completing seventh in the F33/34/52 men's javelin event. He completed seventh in the javelin event. In '09 2009, he completed 1st in the combined seated discus in the AWD Australia Athletics Championships. In the 2010 Commonwealth Video games, he competed in the men's F32/34/52 shot place for elite sports athletes with a impairment event, where he completed fourth. In the 2011 Australian Athletics Championships, he completed second in the shot place despite having a toss of 9.35 metres. He completed 1st in the javeling event having a toss of 29.19 metres. In the 2012 Australian Athletics Championships, he completed 1st in the shot place event having a range of 10.32 metres and 1st in the javelin event having a throw of 33.50 metres. He was chosen to represent Australia in the 2012 Summer season Paralympics in athletics. He didn't medal in the 2012 Video games.