USA Cycling announces Jim Miller’s return as Head Of Elite Athletics

March 11, 2020

After 2 years at Training Peaks, Miller returns to lead USA Cycling’s Athlete Development programs.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Cycling President and CEO Rob DeMartini has announced Scott Schnitzspahn’s resignation and Jim Miller’s return to USA Cycling. Miller rejoins the organization where he worked for 17 years after spending the past two years at TrainingPeaks.

“We thank Scott for all that he has done for this organization and the athletes,” said DeMartini. “We are confident in our position and readiness as we head into Tokyo and expect to deliver our performance commitments this summer.”

In his previous role with USA Cycling, Miller helped the United States earn 14 Olympic medals and numerous world championship titles since 2001.

“I am excited to return to USA Cycling and build on the past successes to develop athletes to achieve more winning performances in the future,” said Miller. “I am eager to bring the data-focused learnings from TrainingPeaks I’ve developed over the past couple years and share them with the future stars of American cycling.”

Visit USACycling.org for more information on athletes, events, and membership programs. Follow @USACycling across all channels for the latest on Team USA.

For more information, please contact Bouker Pool at bpool@usacycling.org.

 ABOUT USA CYCLING (usacycling.org)

USA Cycling is a proud member of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) and United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC). Within the United States, USA Cycling is the national governing body for the sport of cycling and oversees the disciplines of road, track, mountain bike, cyclocross, and BMX. With a mission to develop the sport of cycling in the United States and to achieve sustained international racing success, USA Cycling supports cyclists at all levels, from those just beginning in the sport and participating in fun rides to seasoned professionals. The organization not only identifies, develops, and selects cyclists to represent the United States in international competition, but also supports amateur bike racing through grassroots development programs and the provision of critical infrastructure to run organized racing.

USA Cycling is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2020. In 1920, the organization began as The Amateur Bicycle League of America and evolved to become the United States Cycling Federation in 1975 and ultimately USA Cycling, Inc. in 1995. USA Cycling’s 100,000+ members are comprised of racers and cyclists of all ages and abilities, coaches, officials, mechanics, and race directors.