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Movistar describes Cuban cyclist Arlenis Sierra as versatile and professional

HAVANA, Cuba, Jan 5 (ACN) In the presentation of its women's team, Spain’s emblematic and powerful multinational Movistar Team remarked that its roster is completed this year with the versatile and professional Cuban cyclist Arlenis Sierra.

The dean of world cycling hails on its official website the 41 victories achieved by the Cuban in five years of elite competitions in the most diverse circuits and qualifies as exceptional Arlenis’s fifth place last October at the World Championship in Belgium, where she had to participate without any other Cuban by her side, once again, alongside the best teams in the world.

Movistar, one of the top three women's squads, also reports that Arlenis has beaten some of the top names in the club, including the usual leader of the demanding world rankings, Dutch Olympic and world champion Annemiek van Vleuten.

Born on December 7, 1992, Arlenis Sierra is leader of the Italian-based A.R Monex Women's Team (formerly Astana Women's Team). She climbed to eight podiums in 2021 despite a reduced schedule imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the last six weeks of the season alone, she won the Giro della Toscana and the Tre Valli Varesine (Italy) and finished third by points in the Tour of Ardéche (France), second in the Giro dell' Emilia (Italy) and fifth in the World Championships (Belgium).
This year, Movistar’s cyclists will have their first competition on February 6 in Spain.

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