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San Lorenzo del Escorial
186 cm
68 kg

Carlos's biography

Prof. since: 2011
Victories: -
Style of rider:
Nickname: Patikas
Hobbies: Traveling, Sport in general
Favourite race: Vuelta a España
Twitter name: @Carlos_Verona

Carlitos, one of the youngest members of the team, is now in his third season with Etixx – Quick-Step. Already the young Spanish rider earned a selection in La Vuelta a Espana, where he finished 9th place finish in the Stage 14 finish on La Camperona. Carlos is known to the team as attentive and a still developing young talent. He loves technology and new media. His website and Twitter account are among the most carefully curated in cycling. An excellent climber, Carlos also has outstanding time trialing skills, making him a complete rider. In 2015 he will continue to grow and develop, and with a bit of “suerte” he will also finish his marketing studies at the University of Catalonia.

Stats 2015

UCI Ranking:
#Wins: (More info)
#Top-10 positions: 3 (More info)
Race distance covered: 8200.6 km
Days of racing: 51 days


Dubai Tour 665 km 4 days
Vuelta Ciclista a Murcia 198.1 km 1 days
Clasica de Almeria 183.3 km 1 days
Classic Sud Ardèche - Souvenir Francis Delpech 99 km 1 days
La Drome Classic km 0 days
Strade Bianche 200 km 1 days
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya 1238.1 km 7 days
Vuelta Ciclista al Pais Vasco 748.75 km 5 days
Rund um Köln 98.35 km 1 days
Ster ZLM Toer GP Jan van Heeswijk 750.1 km 5 days
Halle Ingooigem 99.4 km 1 days
National Championships Spain - Road Race 189.5 km 1 days
Tour de Pologne 1076 km 7 days
Vuelta a Espana 2655 km 16 days
Total 8200.6 km 51 days

Carlos's previous teams

2015: Etixx - Quick Step (WT)
2014: Omega Pharma - Quick-Step (WT)
2013: Omega Pharma - Quick-Step (WT)
2012: Burgos BH - Castilla y Leon (CT)
2011: Burgos 2016 - Castilla y Leon (CT)

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Carlos's videos

Etixx - Quick-Step to La Vuelta
Etixx - Quick-Step to La Vuelta

Carlos's news

Etixx - Quick-Step rider Carlos Verona continued his protagonistic ways at 185km La Vuelta a España Stage 16 on Monday, finishing 7th out of a 10-man breakaway that was given a big time advantage. The group eventually splintered heading into the third consecutive summit finish of La Vuelta. 

Etixx - Quick-Step riders Carlos Verona and Gianluca Brambilla did a great job staying with a blistering tempo on the Category 1 summit finale of 175.8km La Vuelta a España Stage 15 on Sunday, which dropped many riders of the peloton as Movistar controlled the front for the final actions among the GC favorites.

Etixx - Quick-Step rider Gianluca Brambilla followed the actions of the main peloton, without much problem, through five of six total climbs in the taxing 138km La Vuelta a España 11th Stage, from Andorra la Vella to Cortals d´Encamp, on Wednesday. However, the italian rider lost contact on the final Category 1 climb to the finish of the Queen Stage, as Fabio Aru (Astana) attacked from the reduced peloton. The pace was simply too high as the group, consisting of most GC contenders in the race, split in pursuit of Aru with 7.6km to go.

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Carlos's blog

Below is the final blog from Carlos Verona, which was written on Sunday following the 21st and final stage of La Vuelta.Good morning from Santiago de Compostela, the city which is hosting the last stage of this Vuelta España edition. This …