Movistar Team Announces 2021 Men’s and Women’s Team


Movistar Team's Men's Team

Telefónica-backed squad finalizes ample lineup, one of its most diverse

with 11 nationalities + mixture of stalwarts and young talents

The Movistar Team has confirmed on Monday the 29 riders that would make part of their 2021 men’s roster, their 42nd lineup in the highest tier of professional road cycling (now called UCI WorldTour). The list includes the five signings they announced in previous releases over the autumn: Miguel Ángel López, Iván García Cortina, Gregor Mühlberger, Gonzalo Serrano and former SoCalCycling.com Team member Abner González.

The Telefónica-backed squad’s roster contains 11 different nationalities, with a mixture of veterans and youngsters (16 riders aged 26 or younger) and international talents alongside strong Spanish members (16 riders from the squad’s original country). Enric Mas, Marc Soler and Alejandro Valverde will continue to race for the Eusebio Unzué-led organization.

Movistar Team's Men's Team

2021 Men’s Movistar Team:

Juan Diego Alba (COL), Jorge Arcas (ESP), Héctor Carretero (ESP), Dario Cataldo (ITA), Gabriel Cullaigh (GBR), Iñigo Elosegui (ESP), Imanol Erviti (ESP), Iván García Cortina (ESP), Abner González (PUR), Juri Hollmann (GER), Johan Jacobs (SUI), Matteo Jorgenson (USA), Miguel Ángel López (COL), Lluís Mas (ESP), Enric Mas (ESP), Sebastián Mora (ESP), Gregor Mühlberger (AUT), Mathias Norsgaard (DEN), Nelson Oliveira (POR), Antonio Pedrero (ESP), José Joaquín Rojas (ESP), Einer Rubio (COL), Sergio Samitier (ESP), Gonzalo Serrano (ESP), Marc Soler (ESP), Albert Torres (ESP), Alejandro Valverde (ESP), Carlos Verona (ESP), Davide Villella (ITA).

2021 Women’s Movistar Team:

The 14 riders already confirmed for the Movistar Team’s women’s program back in November round out the longest lineup for the Abarca Sports structure in more than four decades of uninterrupted activity. 43 world-class athletes will be carrying the Blue flag next year as part of one of only five teams* with both men’s and women’s UCI WorldTour outfits.

With Leah Thomas’ signing for 2021, the Movistar Team has finalized its strongest, most balanced squad in its four years in the peloton -including two at the new UCI Women’s WorldTour category-, with six Spaniards and up to nine different nationalities in its 14-rider roster.

Movistar Team's women's program

Movistar Women’s Team – 2021: Katrine Aalerud (NOR), Aude Biannic (FRA), Jelena Erić (SRB), Alicia González (ESP), Barbara Guarischi (ITA), Sheyla Gutiérrez (ESP), Sara Martín (ESP), Emma Norsgaard (DEN), Lourdes Oyarbide (ESP), Paula Patiño (COL), Gloria Rodríguez (ESP), Alba Teruel (ESP), Leah Thomas (USA), Annemiek van Vleuten (NED).

Movistar Team's Women's Team

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