Alessandro Fabian

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at the World Cup in Abu Dhabi, 2016
at the World Cup in Abu Dhabi, 2016
Personal information
Date of birth 7th January 1988 (age 32)
place of birth Padua , Italy
size 186 cm
Weight 76 kg
Current CS Carabinieri and
Poissy Triathlon
2020 EJOT Team TV Buschhütten
2008-2017 5 × national champion triathlon sprint distance
2009 European Champion Duathlon U23
2009 World Champion Duathlon U23
2009-2017 7 × national champion triathlon short distance
2013 Vice European champion triathlon short distance

Alessandro Fabian (born January 7, 1988 in Padua ) is an Italian triathlete . He is triathlon vice-European champion on the short distance (2013), two-time Olympian (2012, 2016) and seven-time national champion on the triathlon short distance (2009-2014, 2017).


In 2007 the police officer Alessandro Fabian came fourth in the Junior Duathlon World Championship. In 2009 he became the U23 European duathlon champion and then in September in the United States he was also the U23 duathlon world champion.

In August 2012, Fabian took tenth place in the triathlon at the Summer Olympics.

National champion triathlon 2013

In June 2013 Alessandro Fabian became triathlon vice European champion on the short distance and in September also Italian national champion.

In France he starts at the Grand Prix de Triathlon for the Poissy Triathlon team .

In May 2016 he finished fourth at the European Triathlon Championships in Lisbon. Alessandro Fabian competed for Italy at the 2016 Summer Olympics and finished 14th in Rio de Janeiro. At the world championship on the short distance triathlon in Mexico in September 2016, he finished eleventh in the ninth and final race of the racing series as the best Italian in 25th place.

National champion triathlon 2017

In October 2017, the then 29-year-old became national short-distance triathlon champion for the seventh time since 2014.

Alessandro Fabian lives in Padua .

Sporting successes

(DNF - Did Not Finish )

Web links

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

Individual evidence

  1. Schwetz in fourth place ( Memento from March 5, 2016 in the Internet Archive )
  2. Triathlon: Betto e Fabian campioni italiani (October 7, 2017)