2019 - Movistar Team Maillot

Movistar Team
2019

The celebrations of the 40th anniversary of the team mark the transit towards new horizons. Another Grand Tour is added to the palmarès, the Giro d’Italia, as a La Vuelta GC podium is covered in rainbow colours with everlasting Alejandro Valverde. On the other hand, the Blues bid farewell to two stories of growth and success: the one of Nairo Quintana, who was nearly everything for Latin American cycling, and Richard Carapaz, the ‘conqueror’ of Italy in May. The Movistar Team looks towards its fifth decade of history with the calmness and experience of an organisation which has sailed through thick and thin in this sport.

A journey towards a new era

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Team

Amador, Andrey ()
Anacona, Winner ()
Arcas, Jorge (ES)
Barbero, Carlos ()
Bennati, Daniele ()
Betancur, Carlos ()
Carapaz, Richard ()
Carretero, Héctor (ES)
Castrillo, Jaime ()
Erviti, Imanol (ES)
Fernández, Rubén ()
Landa, Mikel ()
Mas, Lluís (ES)
Oliveira, Nelson (PT)
Pedrero, Antonio (ES)
Prades, Edu (ES)
Quintana, Nairo ()
Roelandts, Jürgen (BE)
Rojas, José Joaquín (ES)
Sepúlveda, Eduardo (AR)
Soler, Marc (ES)
Sütterlin, Jasha ()
Valls, Rafa ()
Valverde, Alejandro (ES)

Directors

Unzué, Eusebio
Arrieta, José Luis
Jaimerena, José Luis
García Acosta, Chente
Lastras, Pablo
Sciandri, Maximilian
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21 Wins

  1. 1st Giro de Italia Richard Carapaz
  2. 1st Route d'Occitanie Alejandro Valverde
  3. 1st Vuelta a Aragón Edu Prades
  4. 1st Vuelta a Asturias Richard Carapaz
  5. 1st Vuelta a San Juan Winner Anacona
  6. 1st Campeonato de España Línea Alejandro Valverde
  7. 1st Klasika Primavera Carlos Betancur
  8. 1st Prueba Villafranca - Ordiziako Klasika Rafa Valls
  9. 1st Giro de Italia (14. stage) Richard Carapaz
  10. 1st Giro de Italia (4. stage) Richard Carapaz
  11. 1st La Vuelta (2. stage) Nairo Quintana
  12. 1st La Vuelta (7. stage) Alejandro Valverde
  13. 1st Route d'Occitanie (1. stage) Alejandro Valverde
  14. 1st Settimana Coppi e Bartali (3. stage) Mikel Landa
  15. 1st Tour Colombia (6. stage) Nairo Quintana
  16. 1st Tour de Francia (18. stage) Nairo Quintana
  17. 1st Tour de la Provence (2. stage) Edu Prades
  18. 1st UAE Tour (3. stage) Alejandro Valverde
  19. 1st Vuelta a Asturias (2. stage) Richard Carapaz
  20. 1st Vuelta a Austria (2. stage) Carlos Barbero
  21. 1st Vuelta a San Juan (5. stage) Winner Anacona