Trofeo Women Cycling Pro Costa De Almería announces teams for 2023 edition

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The catchily titled Trofeo Women Cycling Pro Costa De Almería, due to take place on 29th January 2023 has announced which teams have secured invitations to the 1.1 level race. The first women’s race in Europe of the 2023 season, the race is handily placed for the teams doing their early season training camps in the Almería region. Information about the route and parcours is still to be announced but at least we know who might be racing.

Movistar, UAE Team ADQ and Israel-Premier Tech Roland are the 4 Women’s WorldTour teams announced. So we could see early season debuts for the likes of Annemiek van Vleuten, Arlenis Sierra and Emma Norsgaard for Movistar, Chiara Consonni, Marta Bastianelli and Silvia Persico of UAE Team ADQ and Tamara Dronovo of Israel-Premier Tech Roland. Human Powered Health is also there and has some new signings like Alice Barnes, Daria Pikulik and Marjolein van ‘t Geloof. It’s unlikely we’ll see all of those names so early, but for Israel-Premier Tech Roland and Human Powered Health at least, it’s key they get off to a good start with their WWT survival on the line this season.

2022’s edition of the Trofeo Women Cycling Pro Costa de Almería was a national-level race, below the UCI level. It still had a decent line-up, being won by Chilean Aranza Villalon ahead of Antri Christoforou. Just 2 seconds further back was the Sopela pair of Nadine Gill and Claire Steels, with Ariadne Gutierrez 5 seconds back and rounding out the top-5 finishers.

Trofeo Women Cycling Pro Costa de Almería 2023 Teams

  • Movistar
  • UAE Team ADQ
  • Israel-Premier Tech Roland
  • Human Powered Health
  • Team Coop-Hitec Products
  • Ceratizit-WNT
  • BePink
  • Team Farto-BTC
  • Stade Rochelais Charente Maritime
  • Prolongo AI – Andalus Women
  • Sopela Women’s Team
  • Laboral Kutxa
  • Soltec Team Costa Cálida
  • Rio Miera Cantabria Deporte
  • Eneicat-RBH Global
  • Bizkaia Durango

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