Catalina Soto Campos will compete for the LABORAL Kutxa-Euskadi Foundation for the 2024 and 2025 seasons. Despite being young, Soto Campos has global experience. Joining this team aims to strengthen its international presence. Soto Campos has raced in two Giro Donne races, the World Championships in Glasgow, and has been a part of major Spanish, French, and Belgian races. For 2024 and 2025, Soto Campos has confirmed his partnership with the team.
Soto Campos marked a significant achievement for her nation by winning a silver medal in the 2019 world junior track championship and also taking part in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Joining the Laboral Kutxa-Euskadi Foundation is a part of his ongoing growth. She previously raced for the Bizkaia-Durango team in 2022 and 2023 and was with NXTG Racing in 2021. Before that, she was with the WCC Team from 2018 to 2020.
“I have seen that Laboral Kutxa has become one of the most professional and ambitious teams in the women’s peloton. Laboral Kutxa is what I need to continue progressing in my sports career, and I will try to help the team achieve its goals. After living in the Basque Country for the past two years, I’m very excited to be able to ride on a “home” team. My goal is to improve in the international peloton. I want to thank Laboral Kutxa for the trust it has given me and I hope to pay it back with results.
So far I am a complete cyclist. I’ve learned to read races better, make good decisions, and I’d like to continue on that path. I have had some good results this season and the Olympics next year is an important goal. I am very grateful to Bizkaia-Durango and the team members, as well as my work team and family, because they are essential in my career.”Catalina Soto Campos