Sepúlveda in 2015
|Born||13 June 1991|
Rawson, Chubut, Argentina
|Weight||62 kg (137 lb)|
|Current team||Movistar Team|
|Discipline||Road and track|
|2012||Centre Mondial du Cyclisme|
Sepúlveda took his first professional win in February 2015 with a solo victory in the Classic Sud-Ardèche. Later that year, he took a fine second place in the overall classification of the Tour of Turkey, 32 seconds down on Kristijan Đurasek (Lampre–Merida). He participated in the 2015 Tour de France, but was disqualified on stage 14 for riding in a car instead of pedaling his bike.
Sepúlveda was born in Rawson, the capital of Chubut, in the Patagonia of Argentina. He started to ride a bike under the advice of his father Eduardo. In 2007, aged 16 years old, Sepúlveda won the Copa Nacional Infanto Juvenil for young riders in Argentina. However, his father was killed in a car accident while returning home after the event. Sepúlveda recovered from this and later was selected as one of the best young riders of the country and invited to the CeNARD in Buenos Aires, some 1,400 kilometres (870 miles) away from his home in Rawson.
After a series of good results, in 2012 Sepúlveda was invited for the Union Cycliste Internationale to the World Cycling Centre in Aigle, Switzerland among many other riders from developing countries, including Natnael Berhane, Youcef Reguigui and Josip Rumac. Also in 2012, he won the silver medal in the individual time trial at the Pan American Road Championships in Mar del Plata, losing out to Magno Nazaret from Brazil.
In 2013, Sepúlveda began his career with the French team Bretagne–Séché Environnement and signed an initial two-year contract. In a 2014 interview, Sepúlveda said thanks to the Tour de San Luis, in allowing him a chance to train at the World Cycling Centre and to sign with French second division team Bretagne–Séché Environnement.
For the 2018 season, Sepúlveda joined one of the UCI WorldTeams, Movistar Team from Spain, a move predicted for many insiders of the UCI World Tour. In May 2018, he was named in the startlist for the Giro d'Italia for the first time in his career.
- 3rd Individual pursuit, Pan American Track Championships
- 3rd Team pursuit, Pan American Track Championships
- 1st Time trial, Pan American Under–23 Road Championships
- 5th Overall Coupe des nations Ville Saguenay
- Pan American Track Championships
- 9th Overall Tour du Poitou-Charentes
- 10th Circuito de Getxo
- 10th Time trial, UCI Road World Under–23 Championships
- 4th Overall Tour Méditerranéen
- 5th Overall Critérium International
- 6th Overall Tour de San Luis
- 1st Classic Sud-Ardèche
- 1st Tour du Doubs
- 2nd Overall Tour of Turkey
- 4th Overall Tour de San Luis
- 5th Overall Route du Sud
- 2nd Overall Tour de San Luis
- 4th Tour du Doubs
- 4th Classic Sud-Ardèche
- 2nd Overall Tour of Austria
Grand Tour general classification results timelineEdit
|Tour de France||DQ||59||66||—|
|Vuelta a España||—||—||—||—|
|—||Did not compete|
|DNF||Did not finish|
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Rafael Valls is another new inductee to the men's line-up after two seasons with Lotto-Soudal, alongside Eduardo Sepulveda, Jaime Roson, and neo-pro Jaime Castrillo.
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