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Einer Rubio

All quality needed to succeed

REALLY HUMBLE BEGINNINGS. Einer Rubio’s story as a professional rider starts when his whole family is forced to move away from hometown Chíquiza, in the Boyacá department, due to the drought affecting their potato fields and keeping their stable from being properly fed. They headed towards the Colombian capital, Bogotá, where Einer, once he finished secondary school, started working in the construction industry, and saved some money to buy a bike made of iron, with which he got back to training on the road. Still a junior rider (2015 / 2016), Rubio started to make a name as one of the most promising talents in the country, which made an Italian headhunter put his eyes on him so he could earn a place in the European peloton.

BREAKTHROUGH. Einer soon achieves good results despite the adaption to the Italian language and culture taking its time -the team he rode for, Aran – Vejus, has ended up being his ‘Italian family’, with fellow countryman Brayan Malaver now riding for them-. In 2018, he won a stage of the U23 Giro d’Italia, the GP Capodarco and a stage at the Giro del Friuli -the latter, in front of no less than Tadej Pogacar-, and in 2019, Rubio got himself into the podium of the amateur Giro (2nd place).

READY TO OFFER HIS BEST LEVEL. His debut in the 2020 Giro d’Italia; a great 2021 Vuelta a Burgos -best young rider-; and, most importantly, his splendid end to the 2022 season, fighting within the best in the Italian semi-classics and coming really close to a GC podium -stayed in 3rd for many days and ended up in fifth- at Le Tour de Langkawi, as final support to eventual winner Iván Sosa, make most think 2023 could be a breakthrough season for him. The pupil of the Esteban Chaves Foundation hopes to really succeed this season, now aged 25.

From:
Chíquiza, Boyacá
Birth:
22/02/1998
Country:
COL
Height:
164 Cm
Weight:
56 Kg
Pro debut:
2020
Years in team:
3
Career path:

2020-22: Movistar Team

Palmares
1st
9thstage
Giro d'Italia U23 2019
1st
2ndstage
Giro del Friuli Venezia Giulia 2018
1st
GP Capodarco 2018
1st
5thstage
Giro d'Italia U23 2018
Results
3rd
3rdstage
Le Tour de Langkawi
4th
Giro della Toscana
5th
Le Tour de Langkawi
10th
2ndstage
Tour of the Alps
10th
Tour de Romandie
11th
2ndstage
Tour de Romandie
11th
4thstage
Tour of the Alps
11th
6thstage
Tour de Romandie
12th
1ststage
Le Tour de Langkawi
13th
3rdstage
Tour of the Alps
13th
Tour of the Alps
14th
1ststage
Tour of the Alps
15th
5thstage
Tour de Romandie
16th
6thstage
Le Tour de Langkawi
17th
4thstage
Challenge Mallorca
18th
Deutschland-Tour
20th
8thstage
Le Tour de Langkawi
22th
4thstage
Tour de Romandie
22th
5thstage
Deutschland-Tour
23th
Coppa Sabatini
23th
4thstage
Deutschland-Tour
25th
1ststage
Challenge Mallorca
26th
5thstage
Le Tour de Langkawi
26th
5thstage
Tour of the Alps
26th
Tre Valli Varesine
27th
Vuelta a Andalucía
29th
3rdstage
Deutschland-Tour
29th
3rdstage
Tour de Romandie
32th
4thstage
Le Tour de Langkawi
35th
2ndstage
Le Tour de Langkawi
36th
Coppa Agostoni
38th
2ndstage
Vuelta a Andalucía
38th
7thstage
Le Tour de Langkawi
39th
Giro dell'Emilia
42th
5thstage
Vuelta a Andalucía
43th
3rdstage
Vuelta a Andalucía
46th
4thstage
Vuelta a Andalucía
54th
7thstage
Tirreno-Adriatico
58th
1ststage
Tour de Hongrie
60th
Tour du Limousin
64th
1ststage
V. Comunitat Valenciana
66th
1ststage
Vuelta a Andalucía
67th
Coppa Bernocchi
67th
4thstage
Tour du Limousin
67th
3rdstage
Tour du Limousin
68th
2ndstage
Deutschland-Tour
72th
Tirreno-Adriatico
72th
6thstage
Tirreno-Adriatico
79th
5thstage
Tirreno-Adriatico
87th
4thstage
Tirreno-Adriatico
96th
2ndstage
Tour de Hongrie
104th
1ststage
Deutschland-Tour
105th
1ststage
Tour de Romandie
113th
2ndstage
Tirreno-Adriatico
119th
1ststage
Tour du Limousin
121th
2ndstage
Tour du Limousin
149th
3rdstage
Tirreno-Adriatico
164th
1ststage
Tirreno-Adriatico