Torres and Mora conclude their concentration in Sierra Nevada

The pistards of the Spanish National Team finished their stage of just over two weeks in order to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics.


Albert Torres and Sebastián Mora already left Sierra Nevada after completing the first of the concentrations planned in their preparatory program for the Tokyo Games, which will take place from July 23 to August 8. This activity organized by the RFEC with an eye to the Olympic commitment began on January 30 and lasted until February 16. More than two weeks of intense training to lay the foundations for a job that will allow Albert Torres and Sebastián Mora to arrive in their best version in Tokyo.

The Villareal cyclist ended his stay in Sierra Nevada on the 14th to meet with his teammates from the Movistar Team in Almería and start working towards the Belgian classics. Meanwhile, the Balearic left Granada on the 16th to go to the United Arab Emirates, where he will play the UAE Tour with the telephone group starting on Sunday, February 21.

The national coach, Juan Martínez Oliver, comments on this first activity directed by him after his return to office that resulted in "some very positive days with a very large volume of work": "Although the weather was not the best Some days, they were able to complete all the training sessions scheduled by their technicians and many days of 4 or 5 hours with 3,500 or 4,000 meters of unevenness left us. They both finished very happy and with these weeks of training, sleeping high, plus the good job they did with the Movistar Team in the concentration in Almería, it is an excellent way to start the road to the Games ”.

From March 1 to 5, concentrated in Valencia

The next activity that the Royal Spanish Cycling Federation with Albert Torres and Sebastián Mora will carry out with a view to the Tokyo Olympic Games will take place from March 1 to 5 at the Lluis Puig Velodrome. The pistards will take advantage of those days to carry out a multitude of material tests and aerodynamic tests to define what materials they will use in the Olympic event.

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