Modern Pentathlon Analyst

 Eli Bremer serves as an analyst for the modern pentathlon for the 2016 Rio Olympics in his third Olympic assignment. Bremer made his broadcasting debut with NBC Sports Group during the 2004 Athens Olympics, and served in the same role for the 2012 London Olympics.

In 2008, Eli was a participant in the Beijing Olympics and was ranked top 10 in the world. However, he had a disappointing Olympics after a catastrophic horseback riding accident hospitalized him just over a week before the competition. Two months later, Eli won a Bronze Medal at the World Cup Final, the top individual medal won by a U.S. athlete since 1979.  In 2013, Eli retired from pentathlon after qualifying for 12 World Teams, winning 3 Pan American Championships, and numerous other major awards.

Bremer, a member of the United States Air Force World Class Athlete Program, served as a Captain in the United States Air Force and is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy.

Bremer currently resides in Colorado Springs, Colo. with his wife, Cami, and son, Struthers.