SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (August 23, 2022) — DNA Pro Cycling has hired Jack Seehafer as Performance Director for the 2023 season. Seehafer will direct the team alongside team co-owner and sports director Catherine Fegan-Kim to coach the squad, select events and rosters, and contribute to success in international racing.
DNA Pro Cycling, a UCI women’s continental team, has had a successful year with 4 elite national championships among 3 of its riders, the overall win at the Vuelta a Colombia, and stage wins at the major US races Joe Martin Stage Race and the Redlands Cycling Classic. The team is also currently leading the American Criterium Cup series with only two races remaining.
“We are very excited to bring Jack on,” said Fegan-Kim, “His insight, wealth of experience, and winning record will be invaluable to DNA as we continue to grow as a team.”
The 2023 team will be directed by Fegan-Kim and Seehafer, both of whom are UCI-certified team directors and have focused their careers on women’s competitive cycling. Seehafer was previously the US women’s national team road coach and program director (2013-2018), where he directed US riders from junior to elite, from development to WorldTour, Worlds, and the Olympics. From 2020 Seehafer worked as second sports director with the Boels Dolmans Cycling Team and the UCI WorldTour program, Team SD Worx.
“I’ve enjoyed watching DNA Pro Cycling grow over the last 10 years,” said Seehafer, “They have been one of the principal competitive teams in the US pro peloton and I am excited to help the program level up its performance and bring in more podiums, particularly in UCI and international racing.”