Portrait ofGloria Rodríguez
Place: Torre Pacheco, Murcia
Birth: 06/03/1992
Country: ESP
Height: 176 Cm
Weight: 57 Kg
Pro debut: 2012
Years in team: 3
Career path:

2018-2020: Movistar Team
2016-2017: Lointek
2015: BZK Pro Basic
2012-2013: Bizkaia-Durango


Gloria Rodríguez

The rider every team needs

THE SOUL OF THE GROUP. She came into the team almost by chance, joining the Telefónica-backed squad’s first team camp in 2018 with barely two days’ notice – and after these years, she’s earned an irreplaceable spot in the team, so much as signing a long-term contract last year, until the end of the 2023 season. Not bad for a woman who had already started working at a sports apparel store, tired of not finding a decent job in pro cycling. The Torre Pacheco native takes care of her team-mates in and out of racing, and makes the Movistar Team feel like a real family, something not easy to find at other squads. Affable spirit and full commitment from a rider who is currently bringing her best performances to the table.

‘GLORIA’ DEPENDS ON HER. They say that, in order to understand the true value of a rider, you must not look at the results rather than the races he / she is selected to. And Gloria is a proof of that, being one who makes big performances possible for her team leaders. In 2020, she completed her best season to date, improving her level on tough courses and always present at the best events, such as the Giro Rosa -always in since 2018-, the cobbled / Ardennes classics or even the Imola road race Worlds (another proof of her progression). Silver medalist in the Spanish road race champs in 2018 and bronze in the 2019 ITT, she’s doing better and better in the WorldTour with her now vast experience (28 years of age).

KEEP ROLLIN’. Between the road and the track, Gloria built a successful career from youth stage and all the way up to the pros, including podiums at track World Championships as a junior. A specially remarkable series of performances came in 2016: she took silver in the Spanish TT champs in Alicante in June, later adding a fantastic rojigualda jersey as national champion in October at the Individual Pursuit event held in the Palma arena – where she even lapped her rival for gold. Rodríguez briefly got back to the banking for a second gold in the Individual Pursuit at Valencia’s Luis Puig Velodrome, just a week after the end of her 2018 road season.



7 Victories as professional

1st Vuelta a Murcia Féminas 2018
1st Trofeo Roldán (Copa de España) 2018
1st Campeonato Regional de Murcia CRI 2017
1st Larrabasterra (Torneo Euskaldun) 2017
1st Trofeo Roldán (Copa de España) 2016
1st Gipuzkoako Emakumeen Itzulia 2015
1st (1st stage) Gipuzkoako Emakumeen Itzulia 2021

Other results

1st Campeonato de España Persecución Individual 2016


36 Days of Racing
2914.5 Km covered

13th Spanish ITT Championships
16th reVolta
22th Spanish RR Championships
42th Vuelta CV Féminas
43th Clásica San Sebastián
48th (4th stage) Baloise Tour
49th Ronde de Mouscron
57th (5th stage) Simac Ladies Tour
58th (1st stage) Baloise Tour
69th (3rd stage) Baloise Tour
71th (4th stage) Lotto Belgium Tour
79th GP Oetingen
80th (2nd stage) Ladies Tour of Norway
80th (4th stage) Ladies Tour of Norway
84th (2nd stage) Simac Ladies Tour
84th (2nd stage) Setmana Valenciana
84th (4th stage) Simac Ladies Tour
85th (3rd stage) Simac Ladies Tour
85th (1st stage) Simac Ladies Tour
87th (5th stage) Baloise Tour
88th Ladies Tour of Norway
91th Scheldeprijs
94th (3rd stage) Lotto Belgium Tour
96th (3rd stage) Ladies Tour of Norway
97th Gent-Wevelgem
98th (1st stage) Setmana Valenciana
103th (1st stage) Ladies Tour of Norway
109th (1st stage) Lotto Belgium Tour
110th (2nd stage) Baloise Tour
113th (2nd stage) Lotto Belgium Tour