Alessandro Degasperi

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at Ironman 70.3 Austria, 2012
Personal information
Date of birth 23rd November 1980 (age 39)
place of birth Trento , Italy
2005 ETU European champion winter triathlon
2005-2008 3 × vice state champion triathlon short distance
2007, 2008 2 × Second Ironman 70.3 European Championships
2012 Winner Ironman 70.3
2015-2018 2 × Ironman winner

Alessandro Degasperi (born November 23, 1980 in Trento ) is an Italian triathlete and Ironman winner (2015). He is included in the best list of Italian triathletes on the Ironman distance .


Alessandro Degasperi started triathlon in 1996.

European champion winter triathlon 2005

In 2005 he was European champion in the winter triathlon in Freudenstadt. In June he became national runner-up on the short distance triathlon in Sanremo.

In 2007 and again in 2008 he came second at the Ironman 70.3 European Championship in Wiesbaden (1.9 km swimming, 90 km cycling and 21.1 km running).

In August 2012 he won the first edition of the Ironman 70.3 in Salzburg . In August 2013 he finished third at the Ironman 70.3 European Championships in Wiesbaden.

In July 2014, Alessandro Degasperi started the Ironman distance for the first time (3.86 km swimming, 180.2 km cycling and 42.195 km running) and he finished fifth at the Ironman Germany (Ironman European Championships) in Frankfurt am Main.

Ironman winner 2015

In May 2015 he won the Ironman Lanzarote at his second Ironman start .

In 2017 he finished second at the Ironman Lanzarote and two months later in July also at Ironman France . In May 2018, the 37-year-old won the Ironman Lanzarote for the second time since 2015.

Alessandro Degasperi lives with his wife and a son in Panchià in the Fiemme Valley .

Sporting successes

(DNF - Did Not Finish )

Alessandro Degasperi at Ironman 70.3 Austin (2009)

Web links

Commons : Alessandro Degasperi  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Nicola Spirig doesn't give competition a chance in Zurich either
  2. IRONMAN 70.3 St. Pölten: The anniversary edition is in the starting blocks
  3. Ironman 70.3: Timothy O'Donnell wins in San Juan
  4. Challenge Walchsee 2010: Michael Weiss wins with the strongest bike split
  5. Triathlete Faris Al-Sultan wins in Wiesbaden
  6. Sempachersee Triathlon - VW-circuit , on, accessed on December 29, 2019
  7. Kalterer See Triathlon: Italian double victory on the Wine Route
  8. Triathlon European Championship 2001: Filip Ospaly and Michelle Dillon become European champions in triathlon in Karlsbad / Czech Republic
  9. Sigrid Mutscheller wins GVS Coolman winter triathlon on the knee
  10. Sigrid Lang and Alessandro de Gasperi Winter Triathlon European Champions