Alba Teruel Photo
Place: Benigànim, Valencia
Birth: 17/08/1996
Country: ESP
Height: 164 Cm
Weight: 56 Kg
Pro debut: 2015
Years in team: 1
Career path:

2018: Movistar Team
2015-2017: Lointek


Alba Teruel

TWO VICTORIES IN HER NEW COLOURS. Teruel’s debut season with the Movistar Team as saw her coming victorious twice. Her maiden success arrived at the GP La Burundesa, ending round of the Spanish National Series near the team’s headquarters in Sarriguren, and the second one, at the Spanish National Championships, saw her beating her U23 rivals to take the bands with a solid 8th spot combined, gold in the ITT and silver in the road race. The Valencian rouleur considers everything she’s learned during the last season won’t only help her on the races. “These are values which are useful for your own personal life,” remarks the Benigànim native.

THE YOUNGEST ONE. Being just 22, one can say Teruel has spent her whole life on the bike. Even if cycling was only one of many sports she took up as a young lady, supported by her dad, a passionate aficionado. That obvious inexperience hasn’t prevented her from keeping a strong line of progression towards a career-changing 2017, where she shone at international events. That was the case in the BeNe Ladies Tour, where he showed up into the breakaways alongside strong competitors and even finished 7th into the final stage. In 2018, she took a very decent 4th spot at the GP Dottignies (Belgium) and completed a solid Lotto Thüringen Ladies Tour, in the lead of the under-23 classification for four days.

CONSOLIDATION. Her win in the overall classification of the Torneo Euskaldun -with two victories (Barrundia and Lakuntza) and no less than seven top-ten finishes- was a confirmation of her strong progression in terms of results and consistency, and helped her joining the top tier of women’s cycling with the Movistar Team. Before joining the Blue squad, she also took overall honours in her ‘home’ race, the Volta a València, and a strong 10th-place finish in the Madrid Challenge, appearing for a second consecutive year at the World Championships’ road race with the Spanish national team.

 A restless, polyvalent talent, she is a former under-23 Spanish cyclo-cross champion. Alba always ambitioned to race abroad and learn from the best in the sport in order to get to her fullest potential. Following three years of patient developments at Lointek, the Movistar Team has helped the Benigànim native in the Valencia countryside show her courage and quality.



10 Victories as professional

1st Comunitat Valenciana TT Championship 2018
1st GP La Burundesa (Spanish Cup) 2018
1st Torneo Euskaldun (Basque Cup - overall victory) 2017
1st Volta a València 2017
1st Volta a València 2016
1st Trofeo Zamora (Spanish Cup) 2015
1st Spanish Cyclo-cross Championship, Under-23 2015


34 Days of Racing
3180.2 Km covered

4th (1st stage) Vuelta a Burgos
8th Ciudad de Dos Hermanas
9th GP Ciudad de Eibar
10th Spanish Championships RR
12th (3rd stage) BeNe Ladies Tour
14th Spanish Championships ITT
27th (2nd stage) Thüringen Tour
30th Trofeo Ayuntamiento de Estella
33th Durango-Durango Emakumeen Saria
34th (4th stage) Vuelta a Burgos
34th (1st stage) Tour de Yorkshire
41th Vuelta a Burgos
45th BeNe Ladies Tour
48th (1st stage) BeNe Ladies Tour
48th (5th stage) BeNe Ladies Tour
49th (2nd stage) Vuelta a Burgos
52th (1st stage) Thüringen Tour
53th Le Samyn
54th (3rd stage) Vuelta a Burgos
59th Dwars door Vlaanderen
61th (4th stage) BeNe Ladies Tour
62th Nokere Koerse
66th Driedaagse Brugge - De Panne
68th (2nd stage) Tour de Yorkshire
68th Tour de Yorkshire
69th Vuelta CV Féminas
71th (4th stage) Setmana Valenciana
72th (3rd stage) Thüringen Tour
77th Clásica Femenina Navarra
87th (4th stage) Thüringen Tour
88th (3rd stage) Setmana Valenciana
100th Ronde van Vlaanderen
106th (1st stage) Setmana Valenciana
107th Setmana Valenciana
132th (2nd stage) BeNe Ladies Tour
137th (2nd stage) Setmana Valenciana