Óscar Sevilla and his secret to winning stages in four different decades

The Spaniard, who made his first prize in 1999 and won a stage in the Vuelta a Colombia that ended this Sunday, says that the key to continuing at 44 years is to preserve the illusion, have good nutritional habits and quality training

scar Sevilla, leader of the Tour of Colombia.

But this guy never retires? Rivals of scar Sevilla they are amazed at the competitive ability of a cyclist who breaks longevity records. This runner born on September 29, 1976 in Ossa de Montiel (Albacete) has set an unparalleled record: conquering stages in four different decades. The first was on May 9, 1999, in the fourth stage of the Tour de Romanda (round that today premieres edition), the last, in the Vuelta a Colombia, ended on Sunday, in which

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