Portrait ofAlbert Torres
Place: Ciudadela de Menorca
Birth: 26/04/1990
Country: ESP
Height: 180 Cm
Weight: 70 Kg
Pro debut: 2014
Career path:

2017-2018: Inteja
2016: Raleigh
2014-2016: Ecuador


Albert Torres

A LEGEND IN THE VELODROME. Such qualification is what deserves the excellent palmarès of Menorca’s Albert Torres, who has got himself eleven times on the podium of World and European Championships, including five gold medals in the Omnium and Madison events -and a rainbow jersey in 2014 (Cali)-. At both races -supported by Sebastián Mora at the latter, both joining the Movistar Team in 2020-, the Spaniard will try to complete a brilliant career on the track with a medal in the Tokyo Olympics.

BETWEEN ROAD AND TRACK. His good sprinting abilities have helped him claim fine results at some points of his road career, starting with his national u23 road race title in Albacete, in 2010. In the last few years, Torres has featured in bunch sprints at the Challenge de Mallorca, the Vuelta a La Rioja or the Volta a Portugal, while also claiming a UCI victory at the 2017 Vuelta Independencia Nacional, in the Dominican Republic. Should a chance arise for him during the season, he will have a strong weapon to fight with.

ALL AROUND THE WORLD. He’s worked hard for nearly a decade to earn this chance he now has in the WorldTour. He was a stagiaire twice, with teams Geox (2011) and Androni (2012), before joining the Team Ecuador (2014-2016) and preparing himself together with Mora for the Ro Olympics at Team Raleigh-GAC (2016). He then went on to Dominican team Inteja (2017-2018) before training with no UCI trade team during the 2019 season, seeking for a decent infrastructure to ride with – which he will now enjoy at the Movistar Team.



1 Victories as professional

1st (2nd stage) Vuelta Independencia Nacional 2017


46 Days of Racing
7343.2 Km covered

6th (2nd stage) Vuelta a Polonia
7th (19th stage) Giro d'Italia
10th (5th stage) Vuelta a Polonia
13th French Championships ITT
19th (1st stage) Tirreno-Adriatico
21th (2nd stage) Tirreno-Adriatico
32th (11th stage) Giro d'Italia
35th (12th stage) Giro d'Italia
43th (4th stage) Giro d'Italia
50th (4th stage) UAE Tour
50th (8th stage) Tirreno-Adriatico
51th (8th stage) Giro d'Italia
64th (7th stage) Giro d'Italia
68th Clásica de Almería
74th Bretagne Classic - Plouay
75th Circuito de Getxo
85th (4th stage) Vuelta a Polonia
88th Vuelta a Polonia
88th (3rd stage) Vuelta a Polonia
89th (17th stage) Giro d'Italia
98th (15th stage) Giro d'Italia
99th (10th stage) Giro d'Italia
112th (4th stage) Tirreno-Adriatico
118th (1st stage) Vuelta a Murcia
120th (16th stage) Giro d'Italia
120th (5th stage) UAE Tour
121th UAE Tour
123th (3rd stage) UAE Tour
124th (1st stage) UAE Tour
124th (14th stage) Giro d'Italia
125th (9th stage) Giro d'Italia
129th (4th stage) Challenge Mallorca
129th (18th stage) Giro d'Italia
132th (3rd stage) Tirreno-Adriatico
134th (1st stage) Giro d'Italia
136th (2nd stage) UAE Tour
139th (1st stage) Vuelta a Polonia
143th (13th stage) Giro d'Italia
147th (6th stage) Giro d'Italia
147th (1st stage) Challenge Mallorca
150th Tirreno-Adriatico
154th (5th stage) Giro d'Italia
157th (2nd stage) Giro d'Italia
157th (7th stage) Tirreno-Adriatico
160th (5th stage) Tirreno-Adriatico
161th (6th stage) Tirreno-Adriatico
168th (3rd stage) Giro d'Italia