Carlos Verona, 30, has only won once in his career. But some cyclists are above victories.
In the aft of the Movistar for the Vuelta a Espana, there is a cyclist who offers trust to the whole world. It’s Carlos Verona.
A driver who is already 30 years old and has only won one professional race.
But some cyclists are above victories.
They give more than they receive on their balance sheet.
And Carlos Verona, the cyclist who was born in San Lorenzo del Escorial, is one of them.
When you talk about him, you always get the feeling that things are well done.
The fact that he has now renewed for Movistar and is not moving to another team is a relief
The reality is that his win list, after twelve years in the professional field, was empty until last season, when he won in Vaujany, in an event as prestigious as the Dauphine Liberé.
But not all runners have the same job.
“I’ve been a cyclist ever since, and 12 years ago Not because of the victories, but because of the level,” he reasoned, standing at the top of the podium and remembering that, of course, he had dreamed of a moment like the one he achieved at the Dauphine.
And he accepted that “a burden was lifted from his shoulders.”
But most importantly, beyond a win or so, Carlos Verona is a true cyclist, one of those guys that everyone wants on their team.
And that’s exactly what it is Added value its history and the patience of the cyclist who knows how to wait.
And this is the lesson that Carlos Verona implies.
We may never remember him for his winning prowess, but we will remember how one of those runners always indicates the level.