Movistar Team ready for 2023 men’s La Vuelta
21 August 2023

Starts from Barcelona on Saturday 26th

Enric Mas, last year's 2nd-placed overall in the Spanish grandtour, spearheads Telefónica-backed squad's chances at 44th consecutive appearance in the event.

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It’s the last big goal of the season and the Movistar Team heads into it, just like every year, with strong excitement and will of being star actors. The 2023 men’s La Vuelta starts from Catalan soil on Saturday 26th, and the Telefónica-backed squa has already decided on the eight names it will bring to the opening team time trial in Barcelona.

Enric Mas, 2nd in the 2022 race, returns into racing after his crash in the Tour, and will be the leader of a roster also including Spanish road race champion Oier Lazkano. The lineup is completed by Colombia’s Einer Rubio, Portuguese duo Nelson Oliveira / Ruben Guerreiro and Spaniards Iván García Cortina, Jorge Arcas and Carlos Verona.

The ten mountain-top finishes -some of those as recognisable as the Col du Tourmalet (Friday 8th) or L’Angliru (Wednesday 13th)- and the 26km ITT on stage ten (Tuesday 5th) around Valladolid, will decide the final outcome in La Vuelta, no less than the 44th consecutive appearance for Abarca Sports’ teams as well as their 13th under Telefónica’s title sponsorship.

  • Remember, if you are a member of Movistar Team Cycling Club you still have time to participate in the last draw and watch the start of the final stage of La Vuelta 23′ from the VIP box:
    Stage 21 Hipódromo de la Zarzuela (Madrid) > Paisaje de la Luz.


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