Torres and Mora will carry out tests in Valencia for Tokyo

The two Spanish pistards will star, from this Monday, March 1, until Friday, 5, in a concentration at the Lluis Puig velodrome.


The cyclists Albert Torres and Sebastián Mora will carry out the material and aerodynamics test from Monday with their sights set on their participation in the Tokyo Olympic Games. The two Spanish pistards will star, from day 1 to Friday 5, in a concentration in Valencia in which they will carry out the different tests at the Lluis Puig velodrome.

According to the Royal Spanish Cycling Federation, "the national coach, Juan Martínez Oliver, will work together with a group of specialists in aerodynamic issues." With this, the Spanish track cycling team intends to "draw conclusions that allow them to determine which components can give them better results in Tokyo" .

The tests will also serve as training for Torres and Mora. "Our pistards will take advantage of this to carry out good training sessions at the velodrome and regain sensations on the track after this initial period of the season in which they have focused their work on concentrations and road competitions", explains the Federation itself.

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