The female Movistar, included until 2023 on the UCI World Tour

The Navarrese team will be in the highest category of women's cycling at least until 2023. The UCI continues with its reforms to increase professionalization.


The Movistar Women's Team has been included in the first list of teams that will compete in the UCI World Tour calendar, the highest world category of women's cycling, from 2020 to 2023 and that is one of the actions to reform and professionalize it by the Union International Cyclist (ICU) .

According to the UCI, Movistar and six other teams have exceeded the criteria to be part of the elite of women's world cycling for the next four years, including ethical, economic and administrative aspects.

These six other sets, aside from the telephone, are the Italian Ale BTC Ljubljana, the Germans Canyon-Sram Racing and Team Subweb, the Polish CCC-LIV, the French FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope and the American Trek-Segafredo. The maximum number of licenses to be granted was eight,

MOVISTAR CONTINUES IN THE WORLD ELITE

On the other hand, the male Movistar will continue for another year with a UCI WorldTour license for the period 2020-22, as announced by the UCI Licensing Commission.

The 'First Division' of world cycling will also be composed of the French AG2R La Mondiale, Cofidis and Groupama; the Kazakh Astana; Bahrain Bahrain-McLaren; the Germans Bora-Hansgrohe and Team Sunweb; the Polish CCC Team; the Belgians Deceuninck-Quick Step and Lotto Soudal; Americans EF Education First and Trek Segrafredo; the Israeli Israel Cycling Academy; the South African NTT Pro Cycling Team; the British Ineos, the Dutch Team Jumbo-Visma; and the UAE Team Emirates.

The Australian Mitchelton-Scott dossier remains under evaluation by the Licensing Commission, "and a decision will be taken soon." Likewise, the Spaniards Fundación Orbea, debutant, Caja Rural-Seguros RGA and Burgos BH will participate in 2020 as UCI ProTeams



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