Portrait ofSergio Samitier
Place: Barbastro, Huesca
Birth: 31/08/1995
Country: ESP
Height: 181 Cm
Weight: 63 Kg
Pro debut: 2018
Years in team: 1
Career path:

2020: M0vistar Team
2018-2019: Euskadi-Murias


Sergio Samitier

Talent and a big smile

A MAN FOR ALL TERRAINS. Sergio Samitier is even more of an allrounder than one could extract from just looking at his results, and his breakaway appearances, throughout his first three pro seasons. He’s a really strong climber, but also a very decent time trialist. As part of the Movistar Team, he shares teams with a ‘neighbor’ who came into this project showing the same good signs: Jorge Arcas. The two make for the 50% of cycling pros from the Huesca province, the list completed by Fernando Barceló (Cofidis) and Jaime Castrillo (Kern Pharma).

MURIAS SPIRIT + ‘CARÁCTER LIZARTE’. Always leaving their mark, seeking for the maximum performance and leaving leaving a stone unturned. Those were some of the values the Murias squad always pursued, a character ‘Sami’ showed in his early pro stage -won the KOM jersey at the 2019 Tour of the Alps, joined several breakaways in the Vuelta a España, his first-ever Grand Tour-. Prior to that, he conquered some of the best Spanish amateur races as part of the Equipo Lizarte, such as the Santikutz Klasika, the Vuelta al Bidasoa or the Subida a Gorla.

SENSATION. His 2020 Giro d’Italia was brilliant. Initially working for Antonio Pedrero, ‘Sami’ got himself up to 13th overall with excellent performances, doing well in the mountains and joining several breakaways where he showed impressive potential. And above that, he became the heart of the group, his affable spirit earning him love and support from every single team-mate.

He’s the current vice president of his home Club Ciclista Barbastro, and through that role, he carries out a fundamental labour for road safety, leading, together with the Movistar Team, a Zwift ride in support of one of his friends, Alex Sierra, killed at an accident in October 2020.




50 Days of Racing
7271.7 Km covered

3rd (2nd stage) Volta a Portugal
6th Settimana Italiana / Sardegna
13th (1st stage) Settimana Italiana / Sardegna
14th (6th stage) Tour de Suisse
16th (5th stage) Settimana Italiana / Sardegna
17th (4th stage) Settimana Italiana / Sardegna
21th (3rd stage) Tour de la Provence
27th (9th stage) Volta a Portugal
27th (2nd stage) Settimana Italiana / Sardegna
28th (3rd stage) Settimana Italiana / Sardegna
29th (1st stage) Volta a Portugal
35th (3rd stage) Volta a Portugal
38th Trofeo Matteotti
40th Volta a Portugal
41th (8th stage) Volta a Portugal
43th Tour de la Provence
46th (4th stage) Volta a Portugal
49th (10th stage) Volta a Portugal
49th (2nd stage) Itzulia Basque Country
50th (11th stage) Volta a Portugal
51th GP Miguel Indurain
54th (7th stage) Volta a Portugal
54th (6th stage) Itzulia Basque Country
55th (1st stage) Tour de Suisse
57th (6th stage) Volta a Portugal
61th Tour de Suisse
64th Clásica San Sebastián
67th (8th stage) Tour de Suisse
68th (3rd stage) Volta a Catalunya
70th (7th stage) Volta a Catalunya
72th Itzulia Basque Country
79th (5th stage) Tour de Suisse
83th (7th stage) Tour de Suisse
84th (2nd stage) Tour de la Provence
86th (4th stage) Volta a Catalunya
87th Bretagne Classic - Plouay
87th Volta a Catalunya
90th (4th stage) Itzulia Basque Country
92th (5th stage) Volta a Catalunya
95th (3rd stage) Tour de Suisse
97th GP Larciano
100th (2nd stage) Tour de Suisse
100th (5th stage) Volta a Portugal
101th (6th stage) Volta a Catalunya
101th (5th stage) Itzulia Basque Country
101th (1st stage) Tour de la Provence
108th (4th stage) Tour de Suisse
114th (4th stage) Tour de la Provence
115th Strade Bianche
119th (1st stage) Volta a Catalunya
133th (2nd stage) Volta a Catalunya
144th (3rd stage) Itzulia Basque Country
158th (1st stage) Itzulia Basque Country