The year 2018 is very special within the Alberto Contador Foundation with the launch of the continental team Polartec-Kometa. A bet that continued to give actuality to a work started in 2013, with the creation of the junior team, and in 2014, with the sub23. A professional team in the third step of the cyclist sports organization chart born with a marked formative spirit and with the important role of being the development team of the Trek-Segafredo that nevertheless went far beyond the role of the mere academy of riders with great potential and a lot of future. For the debut, a very international team, with seven nationalities present: Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Austria, Eritrea and Colombia. With a calendar that alternated tests of different levels, the squad supported by Polartec, Kometa, Valtellina, Trek, Skoda and Rotor, among other firms, ended up setting up a remarkable season in which there were moments for the celebration. The ten victories with which the season ended made him the second most successful team in the Spanish panorama, only behind a ‘WorldTour’ like the Movistar Team. The Italian Matteo Moschetti, with nine successes, was the main contributor in this section. The brilliant transalpine sprinter, with two victories in the Tour of Normandy, another in the Tour of Hungary and a great success in the Tour of Burgos, was the great protagonist of a field where the Dutchman Kevin Inkelaar contributed a partial success in the Giro del Valle de Aosta in which he fought for the final victory until the last day. In its first year, the Polartec-Kometa has sought to be a protagonist in all the races in which it has taken part, without complexes in front of other structures with more rank and experience.