TWO time cycling Olympian Domingo Villanueva passed away on Tuesday following a heart attack.
He was 55.
His daughter Isack Villanueva posted about the death of the former cycling standout on her Facebook page.
Villanueva represented the country in the 1988 Seoul and 1992 Atlanta Olympics.
He also won two gold medals in the Southeast Asian Games as part of the men’s road race and individual time trial and a member of the men’s national team that competed in the 1996 Marlboro Tour.
Referred to as ‘Coach Waray,’ he later had a coaching stint with the national cycling team.