1984 – Damian was born at 7:05 pm on July 4th in Buenos Aires, Argentina. A few years later, he moved with his family to Spain, specifically to the Andalusian city of Torremolinos.

1991 – Damian's journey in the world of Karate begins at a small dojo in Torremolinos, the Goju-Ryu Club (nowadays one of Spain's most successful clubs), with his first trainer Lorenzo Marin. It didn't take long for him to excel in the discipline.

1992 – Damian competes in his first championship as a karateka in the kata category, a Christmas Tournament, where he earns his first medal, a bronze.

1993 – In his debut at the National Championship, Damian competes with the kata team of his club in the National Championship for kids held in Barcelona.

1994 – Damian qualifies for his first National Championship for kids in the individual kata category, finishing in 4th place. From this point on, he never misses a National Championship in any category.

1997 – Damian becomes Spanish Champion for the first time in the kids category, representing the Andalusian Federation.

1998-99 – He continues to participate in several regional championships, securing victories and qualifying for Nationals, earning two silver medals.

2000 – In his final year in the kids categories, Damian becomes Spanish Champion once again. He also receives his first call from the Royal Spanish Karate Federation to train with the National team.

2001 – With the transition to the cadet category and new rules in kata tournaments, Damian fails to medal in the National Championship.

2002 – Despite winning bronze at the National Championship, Damian is selected to participate in his first European Championship for cadets, where he wins gold. He then moves from his parents' home in Malaga to Madrid after being called up by the Spanish Federation to join the High-Level Sport Center of Madrid. There, he begins training under Miguel A. Lopez, who remains his trainer to this day. Damian also begins his studies as an Aeronautical Engineer.


2004 – Damian enjoys a successful year, winning all National Championships he participates in, as well as becoming European Champion again in the junior category. He also wins his first title at the Ibero-American Championship and secures a silver medal at the European Senior Championship and a 5th place finish at the World Championship in Monterrey.

2005 – Despite international success, Damian misses out on individual participation at the European Championship due to a bronze medal at Nationals. However, he earns his first gold medal in team kata at the European Senior Championship before undergoing surgery for a muscle injury.

2006-08 – Damian continues to excel at the National Senior and University Championships, consistently earning podium finishes. Despite setbacks in 2008, he secures a silver medal at the World University Championship and returns to the National team for the World Championship in Tokyo.

2009-10 – Damian achieves good results at the National Championship and Spanish Cup, winning three silver medals. He also wins the European University Championship and secures silver at the World University Championship, along with two silver medals at the European Championship and bronze at the Worlds in Belgrade with the team.

2011 – After 7 years, Damian becomes Spanish Champion again and wins silver in both individual and team categories at the European Championship. He also wins his first gold medal in the Spanish Cup and graduates as an Aeronautical Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid.

2012 – Damian misses out on the individual European Championship but earns silver with the team. He becomes World Champion at the World University Championship but falls ill at the World Championship in Paris. He also completes a Master's degree specialized in Composite Materials.

2013 – Damian achieves a "European Double," winning both individual and team European Championships. He also wins gold in the Spanish Cup and begins participating in the Karate1 Premier League, finishing 6th in the rankings after two events.

2014 – Damian reaches the European final, earning silver in individual kata but gold with the team. He makes history as the first Spanish World Champion in Karate, earning the Bronze Medal of the Royal Sports Merit Order. He finishes 2nd in the Karate1 Premier League rankings after four events.

2015 – Damian starts the year ranked 3rd in the WKF Ranking, winning silver and gold in the first events of the Karate1 Premier League. He secures his third consecutive Spanish Championship and achieves another "European Double" in Istanbul. He wins the first gold medal for Spain at the European Games and becomes the "Grand Winner" of the Karate1 Premier League. He finishes the year as the number 1 in the WKF World Ranking, making history for Spain and Spanish Karate.