Veteran Spanish climber Alejandro Valverde will lead Movistar at the 100th Tour de France.
With 23 victories already this season, including Rui Costa’s recent win at the Tour de Suisse, Movistar enters the 2013 Tour on a winning streak.
"Our goal is to try and get Alejandro on the overall podium," team boss Eusebio Unzue said. "It is his biggest ambition this year, and we have put all our efforts together this season to have him fit to contest it. I’m convinced he has a Tour podium in his legs, and this must be his chance."
If Valverde falters, expect Costa and especially little Colombian wizard Nairo Quintana to shine in the mountains; Quintana just might be Movistar's best bet for a podium finish.
Movistar's Tour de France line-up for 2013:
Andrey Amador (CRC)
Jonathan Castroviejo (Spa)
Rui Costa (Por)
Imanol Erviti (Spa)
Ivan Gutierrez (Spa)
Ruben Plaza (Spa)
Nairo Quintana (Col)
Jose Joaquin Rojas (Spa)
Alejandro Valverde (Spa)
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