2012 - Movistar Team Maillot

Movistar Team
2012

A year full of success. The only team to conquer stage wins -for the second year on a row- in all three Grand Tours. No less than 29 victories throughout a season (the 5th most winning in 34 years of history) where 12 different riders raised his arms. Fifth in the overall team ranking during a year that saw a triumphant comeback by Valverde -winning in the Vuelta, the Tour, Paris-Nice and the Tour Down Under; 2nd overall in the Vuelta, Worlds bronze medallist-, Rui Costa’s confirmation in the top of the sport, or the amazing revelation of Colombian Nairo Quintana.

WINS IN ALL THREE GRAND TOURS

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Team

Amador, Andrey (CR)
Arroyo, David (ES)
Bruseghin, Marzio (IT)
Castroviejo, Jonathan (ES)
Cobo, Juanjo (ES)
Costa, Rui (PT)
Erviti, Imanol (ES)
Gutiérrez, Iván (ES)
Herrada, Jesús (ES)
Herrada, José (ES)
Intxausti, Beñat (ES)
Iriarte, Javier (ES)
Karpets, Vladimir (RU)
Kiryienka, Vasil (BY)
Konovalovas, Ignatas (LT)
Lastras, Pablo (ES)
López, David (ES)
Madrazo, Ángel (ES)
Moreno, Javi (ES)
Pardilla, Sergio (ES)
Plaza, Rubén (ES)
Quintana, Nairo (CO)
Rojas, José Joaquín (ES)
Samoilau, Branislau (BY)
Sanz, Enrique (ES)
Valverde, Alejandro (ES)
Ventoso, Fran (ES)
Visconti, Giovanni (IT)

Directors

Unzué, Eusebio
Jaimerena, José Luis
Galilea, Alfonso
Ledanois, Yvon
Arrieta, José Luis
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29 Wins

  1. 1st Route d'Occitanie Nairo Quintana
  2. 1st Tour de Suisse Rui Costa
  3. 1st Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol Alejandro Valverde
  4. 1st Vuelta a Asturias Beñat Intxausti
  5. 1st Vuelta a Castilla y León Javi Moreno
  6. 1st Vuelta a Murcia Nairo Quintana
  7. 1st Belarusian Championship ITT Branislau Samoilau
  8. 1st Spanish Championships RR Fran Ventoso
  9. 1st Circuito de Getxo Giovanni Visconti
  10. 1st Giro dell'Emilia Nairo Quintana
  11. 1st Klasika Primavera Giovanni Visconti
  12. 1st Circuit de la Sarthe (4. stage) Fran Ventoso
  13. 1st Critérium du Dauphiné (6. stage) Nairo Quintana
  14. 1st Giro d'Italia (10. stage) Fran Ventoso
  15. 1st Giro d'Italia (14. stage) Andrey Amador
  16. 1st Itzulia Basque Country (1. stage) José Joaquín Rojas
  17. 1st Paris-Nice (3. stage) Alejandro Valverde
  18. 1st Route d'Occitanie (3. stage) Nairo Quintana
  19. 1st Tour Down Under (5. stage) Alejandro Valverde
  20. 1st Tour de France (17. stage) Alejandro Valverde
  21. 1st Tour de Suisse (2. stage) Rui Costa
  22. 1st Tour du Poitou-Charentes (5. stage) Fran Ventoso
  23. 1st Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol (2. stage) Alejandro Valverde
  24. 1st Vuelta a Asturias (2. stage) Jesús Herrada
  25. 1st Vuelta a España (1. stage) Movistar Team
  26. 1st Vuelta a España (3. stage) Alejandro Valverde
  27. 1st Vuelta a España (8. stage) Alejandro Valverde
  28. 1st Vuelta a Madrid (1. stage) Jonathan Castroviejo
  29. 1st Vuelta a Murcia (1. stage) Nairo Quintana