Albert Torres and Sebastián Mora, presented with the Movistar with Tokyo 2020 as a goal

The two Spanish pistards were presented as new corridors of the telephone equipment this Thursday at the CSD. They will run en route to look for gold at the velodrome in Tokyo 2020.


Albert Torres and Sebastián Mora, the best Spanish cycling track specialist, presented themselves as new runners on the Movistar route, but with the common goal of reaching the maximum at the Tokyo Games velodrome 2020.

The two runners, who form a pair in the Madison that must be a medal trick at the Tokyo Olympic Games, will integrate the Spanish telephone staff, a contract that was made public at the headquarters of the CSD with the presence of its president, María José Rienda, the President of the RFEC, José Luis López Cerrón and the director of Movistar, Eusebio Unzue.

Albert Torres, Ciutadella, Menorca, 29, was madison world champion in 2014 and 4 times in Europe. Together with Sebastián Mora, runner-up of the madison World in 2018, he will be in Tokyo in madison and alone in omnium.

Torres, convalescent of an injury that occurred in Hong Kong highlighted "a unique year with the Tokyo Olympics," a marked appointment, with the icing on having the backing of one of the best teams in the world "

Sebastian Mora (Vila-real, 31 years old), runner-up in the World of scracht and scoring, has already had the experience in road cycling after the military in the Caja Rural, a team with which he has a contract until December 31.

"It all started with the trip to a European Championship, we won the sixth title and the next day I had the call of Juan Martínez Oliver, who gave us the confidence to enter the Movistar family," he recalled regarding the gestation of his signing by telephone set

Mora stressed that the goal of the season "is the Tokyo podium, and why not, get gold"

The Castellón cyclist highlighted the benefits of road cycling "to face the training on the track with more intensity" and was "happy with a new experience that can be very positive" .

Eusebio Unzue, director of Movistar, referred to "an interesting challenge" the signings of Torres and Mora.

"It is fortunate to have them on the team for their own merits, they are the champions of their country, they have won European titles, and they have been the best in the world. Their class and quality is beyond doubt."

According to Unzue, both runners "have a significant margin of progress and the track can be a complement to the road" .

"We are on time to get the best of them on the road, although the challenge will be the Olympic Games.

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