Yes, the Ivan Dominguez, the Cuban National Cycling Champion with multiple international medals and records still standing. Ivan is a household name cyclist best known for his world-class sprinting abilities backed by solid climbing strength. He began racing at the age of thirteen, and his cycling career spans across the globe. Born and raised in Habana, Dominguez represented Cuba winning multiple gold and silver medals in the Pan American Games, clinched the Cuban National Champion title, and has been racing professionally for the last twelve years in United States, winning high profile races in the company of stars including Mario Cipollini, Mark Cavendish, and George Hincapie.
Ivan’s phenominal experience, accomplishments, and penchant for adapting comprise his invaluable coaching capabilities. His current foray into professional triathlon rounds out his capabilities as a coach for triathletes and runners, in addition to those seeking to augment their competitive edge in all three sports. Think of your bragging rights with an international cycling champion serving as your own personal coach. .
Racing career highlights:
• (2008) 1st, Stage 1, Tour of Georgia
• (2007) 1st, Stage 1 & Stage 7, Tour of Missouri
• (2007) 1st, Stage 7, Amgen Tour of California
• (2006) 1st, Overalll USA Crit Series
• (2005) 1st, CSC Invitational
• (2002) 1st, New York City Cycling Championship
• (1997) 1st, Cuban National Champion, 4km Pursuit
• (1997) 2nd, Pan Am Games, 4km Pursuit
• (1996) 1st, Pan Am Games Madison