Hi there -
Based on both your family history and your athletecism, I would suggest a baseline cardiological workup just for the record. While the one-time blood pressure increase doesn't concern me, as it was very moderate and these things do happen, the chest pains and palpitations in a person of your height and weight, when considered in light of extremely high fitness levels and with such an early family history of heart disease, warrants a cautionary workup which can then be used as a baseline measure as well as a way to uncover any possible occult heart disease, which would, at this stage, most likely be structural rather than involving coronary arteries (although with the history, either is remotely possible).
I hope you will see a cardiologist just based on your fitness level, athletic regimen and family history. You probably don't have any disease currently, but this would be a very good time to establish an adult baseline for all your cardiac parameters.
I hope this is helpful. Best of luck to you and please keep us updated.
John Kenyon, EMT, CCT
Non-invasive cardiology tech, Emergency and Critical Care technician, Critical Incident Stress Mgmt. specialist