Portrait ofCarlos Verona
Place: San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Madrid
Birth: 04/11/1992
Country: ESP
Height: 186 Cm
Weight: 68 Kg
Pro debut: 2011
Years in team: 1
Career path:

2019: Movistar Team
2016-2018: Mitchelton-Scott
2013-2016: Quick Step
2011-2012: Burgos


Carlos Verona

MADE FOR THIS TEAM. The relationship between Carlos Verona and the Movistar Team started well before he was a professional athlete: the Madrilian still raced as a junior when he was first met by Eusebio Unzué. Now, aged 27, the man hailing from San Lorenzo de El Escorial is a well-considered Blue member after six other years of WorldTour experience -four with Quick Step; two with Mitchelton-Scott-, following his debut with Burgos-BH at the age of only 18. It all means Carlos has got up to nine years of pro experience, despite still being in his late twenties.

DEBUT IN FRANCE + PROGRESSION. A tall, strong allrounder (1.86m, 68kg), able to get through the biggest mountains as well as riding strong on hilly courses and flat terrain, Verona has two Giro d’Italia appearances and three Vuelta a España caps to his name, plus a maiden participation in the Tour de France in 2019, where he rode his heart out for the team’s GC hopefuls.

ALWAYS LOOKING FOR HIS LEADERS. The last few seasons have seen the Spaniard support world-class names such as Esteban Chaves, the Yates brothers, Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde, without leaving individual aspirations aside either. In 2019 he did well into breakaways at the Volta a Catalunya, the BinckBank Tour or the Tour of Britain; finished 5th in the GP Miguel Indurain; and took a top-ten finish at the Gran Piemonte, finishing atop the Santuario di Oropa.

 Carlos isn’t the only household name in his family. His sister, Marta, is also known in Spain, but not because of bikes, rather than cuisine: she was the winner of the sixth edition of the popular TV show MasterChef in our country. They shared a video together on Carlos’s YouTube channel, cooking some natural energy bars without gluten.

 More importantly than a rider, he’s a husband and dad – of two! Following the birth of his first child, Berta, in 2017, a new baby came for his wife, Esther, and him in 2019: the little Leo. They all live in Andorra, where Carlos shares training rides with many of the Movistar Team members currently staying in the Principality.



37 Days of Racing
5979.7 Km covered

3rd (8th stage) Tour de France
12th (16th stage) Tour de France
17th (17th stage) Tour de France
19th Tour de France
22th (15th stage) Tour de France
27th (9th stage) Tour de France
27th (18th stage) Tour de France
33th (5th stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
40th (5th stage) Vuelta a Burgos
43th (14th stage) Tour de France
48th (7th stage) Tour de France
49th (13th stage) Tour de France
60th (21th stage) Tour de France
61th (3rd stage) Vuelta a Burgos
62th Critérium du Dauphiné
63th Vuelta a Burgos
63th (12th stage) Tour de France
70th (4th stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
70th (6th stage) Tour Colombia
76th (2nd stage) Tour de France
77th (3rd stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
84th Tour Colombia
86th (6th stage) Tour de France
87th (19th stage) Tour de France
89th (4th stage) Tour de France
110th (4th stage) Tour Colombia
110th (1st stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
111th (11th stage) Tour de France
114th (4th stage) Vuelta a Burgos
116th (2nd stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
117th (3rd stage) Tour Colombia
117th (1st stage) Vuelta a Burgos
118th (20th stage) Tour de France
131th (5th stage) Tour Colombia
135th (2nd stage) Vuelta a Burgos
136th (2nd stage) Tour Colombia
146th (10th stage) Tour de France
150th (3rd stage) Tour de France
153th (1st stage) Tour de France
165th (5th stage) Tour de France