|Full name||Antonio Tauler Llull|
|Born||11 April 1974|
Santa Margalida, Spain
|1998||Ros Mary - Amica Chips|
|2004–2005||Illes Balears-Caisse d'Epargne|
|2006||3 Molinos Resort|
Antonio Tauler Llull (born 11 April 1974) is a Spanish professional racing cyclist from Santa Margalida.[ citation needed ]
| Spanish National Time Trial Champion|
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