Filippo Barbieri is the Director of SpeedLab National Training Center. With over 15 years of coaching experience, backed by a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, Filippo is a highly trained and experienced individual in the field of Exercise Science. Filippo has also received training and certification from the prestigious UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) True Champion Certification, the world anti-doping governing body for the sport of cycling recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Filippo began his career as a mountain bike racer and quickly rose to the professional level through perseverance and determination to be the best athlete possible. Filippo has the distinction of being the only Floridian to have ever raced in mountain bike world cups, world championships, and the Pan-American games. During his racing career, he became intensely focused on what made athletes perform at their peak abilities, and most importantly without the use of banned athletic performance-enhancing drugs.

His passion for bringing out the best in his athletes and dedication to excellence makes him one of the most sought after coaches in the country; with athletes visiting from as far away as Italy to receive his athletic coaching and personalized training plans. In 2015, Filippo was had the honor of being the coach with the most amount of top 3 overall athletes in the Florida State Championship Series.

In addition to being the Director of the SpeedLab facilities, Filippo is also the head coach for the PFN SpeedLab racing team.

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Director of SpeedLab

  • Lead Coach
  • Experience: 10+ years

Filippo Barbieri’s racing career includes the following achievements:

2013 Results

  • 2nd Place: March 3rd – FORCE West Delray MTB TT – Delray Beach, FL
  • 1st Place: April 13 – La Roootaa Series #1 -Hialeah, FL
  • 1st Place: March 24 – Dyer Hill Challenge XCO Race – West Palm Beach, FL
  • 1st Place: May 18, La Roootaa Series #2 – Hialeah, FL
  • 50th Place: April 4th, American Continental Championships – Tucuman, Argentina
  • 1st Place: April 13 – La Roootaa Series #1 – Hialeah, FL
  • 1st Place: July 21st – Amelia Modified STXC – Hialeah, FL
  • 34th Place: June 29th – Windham Pro XCT – Windham, NY
  • 1st Place: July 6th – Hungryland Back 40 Gravel Grinder – Jupiter, FL
  • 51st Place: August 10th – UCI World Cup XCO – Mont Sainte Anne, Canada
  • 1st Place: August 17 – La Roootaa Series #4 – Hialeah, FL

2012 Results

  • 1st Place: Feb 18th – La Roootaa Series #1 – Oleta River State Park, Miami, FL USA
  • 12th Place: Feb 25th – UCI Copa Fecha #1 – Paraiso, Costa Rica
  • 15th Place: March 11th – UCI Taca Brasil – Curitiba, Brasil
  • 65th Place: March 24th – UCI Copa Internacional de MTB – Araxa Minas Gerais, Brasil
  • 32nd Place: April 9th – UCI Pan American Championship – Puebla, Mexico
  • 2nd Place: April 15th – La Roootaa Series #2 Oleta River State Park – Miami, FL USA
  • 29th Place: May 4th – UCI Copa Internacional de MTB – São Lourenço,Minas Gerais, Brasil
  • 67th Place: June 24th – UCI World Cup – Mont Sainte Anne
  • 71st Place: June 30th – UCI World Cup – Wyndham, NY
  • 4th Place: September 9th – Florida State Championship – Tallahassee, FL
  • 1st Place: October 13th – Virginia Key Short Track – Miami, FL
  • 2nd Place: December 15th – 12 Hours of Markham – Sunrise, FL

2011 Results

  • 10th Place : USA National MTB Championships
  • 1st Overall : Coconut Cup 19-29 Class

2010 Results

  • 2nd Overall : Florida State Championship 19-29 Class

2000 and Prior Results

  • 2002 1st Place: Sunshine State Games
  • 2002 2nd Place: Overall Florida Spring Series
  • 2001 Florida Junior Expert State Champion
  • 2001 Award For Most Improved Rider in 2001
  • 2000 3rd Place Overall: Florida State Championship
  • 1999 3rd Place: Sea Otter Classic
  • 1999 Sand Blaster: Overall Champion