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Alejandro Valverde

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Formed in Britain in 2010, Team Sky have become one of the leading teams and most recognisable brands in cycling. With Sir Dave Brailsford as Team Principal, Team Sky have become well-known for a rigorous and analytical approach to performance improvement. T...more

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Galius Sun News

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Seven years after Alejandro Valverde worn the last 'jersey oro' in the race, Nairo Quintana claimed red following a perfect race, in all instances, by the Eusebio Unzué-managed squad.
Supported by a sensational Movistar Team, the Colombian wrote his name down the list of winners in the legendary climb in Asturias, and got back to GC leadership in the Vuelta a España with a minute's gap over… his own team-mate Alejandro Valverde. The Spaniard - 5th over the summit - showed again that his experience and c... Continue reading ... Alejandro Valverde has turned the dynamics of the 'Corsa Rosa' upside down with the gift that turned him into the most consistent rider of the peloton for decades: tenacity. Flying through the TT course in Apeldoorn, supporting Valverde into the 'sterrato' of Alpe di Poti, suffering under the rain in the Chianti hills, making a prodigious descent of the Pian del Falco... and today, in the prelude to the big Dolomites mountains of the weekend, Andrey Amador became the first rider ever from Costa Rica to wear the Maglia Rosa. Ion confirmed himself once again as the sort of 'third man' the team can rely on when Quintana and Valverde are not around. Alejandro Valverde showed again in February 2016, fourteen seasons after his pro debut, that his regularity and courage are ones from the past, something difficult to match. Despite his early season goals being still more than two months away, the Movistar Team leader, eighth overall after Saturday's time trial in the Vuelta a Andalucía, put the GC upside down in the Ruta del Sol. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team) crowned in Vejer de la Frontera, after one of the longest stages in the race (209km), a finale full of short, sharp climbs where the recent Tour de France podium outsprinted the eve's winner in Málaga and green... Continue reading ... Quintana moves into 2nd, Valverde into 4th and Movistar Team head the team overall standings. Alejandro Valverde finished in 3rd place and bounced back after suffering yesterday into the final climb of Pra Loup; the Spaniard gave everything he'd ... After claiming his third success in both Flèche Wallonne and Liège-Bastogne-Liege during the spring classics and take some rest to later focuse on training prior to the summer in Sierra Nevada, Alejandro Valverde will be back leading the Movistar Team at the 67th Critérium du Dauphiné(Sunday 7th - Sunday 14th). Alejandro Valverde brought the fans another one of those moments to remain forever in their memories and the Spanish rider's legend, as he attacked with 500 meters remaining to claim his third career victory in Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team) made it back to back victories at Fleche Wallone after a powering away from his rivals in the last 100m of the finish on the Mur de Huy. Valverde took the victory despite crashes, nervousness and plenty of attacks dominated the scene in the first of two big spring races in the eastern Belgian hills. After the hard crash and injury by Pablo Lastras yesterday in the Queen stage of the Volta a Catalunya, Alejandro Valverde and the Movistar Team went into day five of the event - 195km between Alp and Valls, hometown of the late Xavi Tondo- looking to dedicate him a victory. Olot, the city where the late Xavi Tondo lived for his last few years, saw Alejandro Valverde and José Joaquín Rojas crossing the line together in a splendid one-two for the Blues. As it happened twelve months ago, victory was denied to Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team), but contrary to 2014, the performance by the Spaniard in the Strade Bianche Eroica Pro wasn't by any means second to a real victory. Already close to his second victory of the season 12 days ago in the hardest finish of the Dubai Tour, where only John Degenkolb (TGA) outsprinted Alejandro Valverde, the Spaniard took an important step ahead in his Tour of Oman GC aspirations by finishing 2nd at Al Bustan's finish, end of the 195km starting at Al Hazm. The Andalusian replaced team-mate Alejandro Valverde on the top-3 by claiming the third spot on today's sprint in front of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper, only behind Cavendish himself and Italian Elia Viviani (SKY). Only four riders have joined a Movistar Team roster that will keep Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana as its main referen... Valverde, 34, has signed a three-year extension to continue a long term ... Alejandro Valverde finishes 2014 Vuelta a España in 3rd place, steps onto race podium for 6th time; Movistar Team avoid rain in Santiago with Malori to claim third stage win, en route to their fifth GT overall top-3 in their last seven seasons. After eleven victories in 2014 -including the Spanish TT Championships, the Flèche Wallone and San Sebastián- and his career-high fourth place in the Tour overall, Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team) is just 24 hours away from adding another... Valverde -new King of the Mountains in the Vuelta- finishes 2nd up Los Lagos, takes 11" back on Contador (TCS) after excellent Movistar teamwork, pushing at the front from the Tornos climbs. Impressive teamwork put Alejandro Valverde on the verge of success in one of the most prestigious climbs in Spanish cycling. Movistar is now top team overall, keeping Valverde in 3rd as Javi Moreno finishes in 4th spot following long break. Profiting to the best from the race situations and an increasing form, Nairo Quintana (Movistar Team) took the leader's jersey of the 2014 Vuelta a España from the shoulders of team-mate Alejandro Valverde after the second mountain-top finish of the Spanish gr... Alejandro Valverde offered in La Zubia, atop the race's first Cat-1 climb of Cumbres Verdes -following 167km of rolling roads from Benalmádena-, an exhibition only at reach of the biggest names in the pro scene. In turn, Valverde, leader of the UCI WorldTour standings, will start for the ninth time in the GT he has earned biggest success -winner in 2009, five-time podium finis... Movistar Team gets through tough day in Saint-Lary after sensational work from the Movistar squad, keeps Tour's 2nd place overall for Valverde with second place on the stage for Movistar's Giovanni Visconti after great breakaway. (Brief)Constance by Alejandro Valverde and excellent management and performance by the whole Movistar Team made the hardest moment so far in this year's Tour de France become a great recovery that shrinks the overall fight for the podium, but keeps the Spaniard in th... Alejandro Valverde and the Movistar Team took back full protagonism reserved for them in the big mountains of the Tour de France during the first Alpine stage of the race, another day under intense heat, with 198km from Saint-Étienne to the HC climb of Chamrousse, with the steep slopes of the Col de Palaquit (Cat-1) in bet... Movistar's Team leader, Valverde, finishes in 3rd on top of La Planche des Belles Filles and climbs to 3rd overall place, as Contador (TCS) crashes out. After dominating their home Nationals, Movistar Team brings strong team into the Tour de France 2014 edition with goal of taking Alejandro Valverde to overall top-3 in Paris. With 22 victories on their season tally and three national titles -Valverde and Malori were crowned ITT champions in Spain and Italy, while Ion Izagirre got the 'rojigualda' jersey in Ponferrada- as a final moral boost, the Movistar Team will head into the 101st edition of the Tour de France. 2nd place overall for Valverde. Movistar Team start June schedule after historic success in Giro d'Italia; next challenges Dauphiné, Tour de Suisse and Roude su Sud, where Valverde will line up. Just seven days after Nairo Quintana's triumph in the Giro d'Italia, the biggest success since Telefónica took over the squad's title sponsorship, the Movistar Team will be back into racing on Sunday for the 66th edition of the Critérium du Dauphiné. he eight-day French event will focus its interest on both its first two days -w... Simon Gerrans of Orica-GreenEdge won the second Monument of his career today, beating Movistar's Alejandro Valverde and Michal Kwiatkowski of Omega Pharma-Quick Step to the line to claim victory in the 100th edition ofLiège-Bastogne-Liège. Valverde from Movistar Team -world-leading eight victories in 2014- conquers second career Flèche Wallonne after splendid final attack through the Mur de Huy. (Brief) Alejandro Valverde was eager to claim a top victory to crown an impressive start to his 2014 season. Today, at the Flèche Wallonne, the Movistar Team's leader took a splendid job by all his team-mates to fruition in the final meters of the Mur de Huy, the last of eleven climbs in a 199km parcours starting at Bastogne. Alejandro Valv


pelotonmagazine.com

Italian Daniele Bennati of Tinkoff finished second behind the Belgian IAM Cycling rider, who won in a time of three hours, 55 minutes and 44 seconds, while Spain's Alejandro Valverde of Movistar finished third.
3. Alejandro Valverde (ESP/MOV) same time 2. Alejandro Valverde (ESP/MOV) at 0:08


pelotonmagazine.com

10. Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Movistar Team
3. Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Movistar Team 0:06:38


www.bikeraceinfo.com

The Race: Here's the story from final overall winner Alejandro Valverde's Movistar team.
The Movistar Team were infallible, committed in full and more successful than ever in the Vuelta a Castilla y León. Alejandro Valverde and the Blues left the Spanish event with all four major victories at stake as the Spanish road race champion, always trying to keep team-mate and GC leader Carlos Betancur into contention for a well-deserved overall victory, ultimately had to go on his own after the Colombian struggled into the last climb of stage three. 'El Imbatido' showed his best form leading up to the Giro and got closer to the magic number of 100 pro victories -now at 95- while taking Eusebio Unzué's outfit up to fourth in the victory rankings with 12, seven of them in barely fifteen days. Without Betancur, dropped back halfway through the ascent after plenty of attacks, Valverde took the rains to chase down every other attempt and use his speed at the end to claim his fifth success of 2016. Alejandro Valverde: "I'm leaving Castilla y León full of happiness. Alejandro Valverde Movistar GC winner: Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) Points classification winner: Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) Alejandro Valverde Movistar Alejandro Valverde The Race: Here's the story from stage winner Alejandro Valverde's Movistar team. Valiant Valverde wins solo in Fermoselle: Controlling, pushing, attacking, winning. The race strategy went all to perfection for the Movistar Team and Alejandro Valverde on stage two of the Vuelta a Castilla y León. While successfully defending the leader's jersey with Carlos Betancur, the squad directed by José Luis Jaimerena and José Luis Laguía worked hard to ensure Valverde had the best position to seek and claim his third win of the season. Alejandro Valverde: "We could open some gaps again today, we remain in the lead with Carlos, I'm now second at 3"... things couldn't be better for us at this point of the race. We pushed for the entire stage, especially when those crosswinds formed up... and seeing Alejandro taking the stage win in such great style makes you happy to have spent the whole day at the front. Alejandro Valverde Movistar Alejandro Valverde Movistar The GC has offered some early gaps today, with Betancur and Bilbao 46" ahead of a trio with Barbero (CJR), Sokolov (LOK) and Winner Anacona (5th), the big bunch at at 54" as Alejandro Valverde took 8th. Cold, rainy conditions suit me well - Alejandro and many team-mates and rivals struggled quite a bit during the race and I had to profit from that. Into the final 25km, the break still had two minutes, so I decided to come to the front and help my team-mates out since we were into a bit of disadvantage against Caja Rural - we had led the bunch during the whole stage. When you've got a big rider as Alejandro by your side, you must help him. I didn't come here to chase the GC, and our leader is Alejandro. Alejandro Valverde Movistar


Le Tour starts tomorrow! Who do we fancy? - VeloVeritas | VeloVeritas

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11) Alejandro Valverde (Movistar & Spain) 32: Despite being out for 2011 for 'mixing with the wrong sort,' Valverde has come back with a bang.
He opened the season Down Under with a stage win and second on GC, then there was a stage and the GC in the Ruta del Sol, a stage and third on GC in Paris-Nice and a top ten in the Tour de Suisse on GC. His Movistar team have had an excellent season - both Suisse and the Route du Sud fell to them recently; with Valverde having a large hand in Rui Costa's win in the former. Stage one of the Tour is made for Valverde with nasty Ardennes parcours and a tough finish - a top placing is unlikely, but time in yellow is possible. Valverde is back.


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