Davide Rebellin age. Davide Rebellin (San Bonifacio, 9 August 1971 – Montebello Vicentino, 30 November 2022) was an Italian road cyclist.
Davide Rebellin age, wife
Rebellin was 51 years old. Rebellin in 2014 married Fanfan Antonini. For the rest there is no news of her on her private life.
On November 30, Davide Rebellin died hit by a truck during a bike training. The accident occurred along the Regional road 11, in the municipality of Montebello Vicentino (Vicenza). According to an initial reconstruction, the heavy vehicle, exiting the nearby motorway junction, struck and overwhelmed Rebellin on his bicycle, who died instantly. The driver didn’t stop, driving away, but it’s not yet clear whether he realized what had happened or not.
Professional from 1992 to 2022, he was a specialist in the classics: in his career he won one edition of the Amstel Gold Race (in 2004), three of the Freccia Vallone (in 2004, 2007 and 2009) and one of the Liège-Bastogne-Liege (in 2004), as well as a stage in the Giro d’Italia.
After a few victories as a very young man and as a pupil, the first great satisfactions began to arrive, including a gold medal at the Junior Track World Championships in Moscow. Past amateur he won the military world championship, the Tour of the Regions, the Mediterranean Games and the silver medal at the amateur world championships in Stuttgart. Immediately after the 1992 Olympics, where his roommate Fabio Casartelli won, he landed among the professionals with the MG Bianchi and it was immediately a hard and tiring break-in; he obtained a myriad of placings, but the first victory came in 1993 with the final classification of the Hofbrau Cup. The second affirmation was obtained in 1995 in his fourth and last year with MG: he won the Merano stage of the Giro del Trentino. In 1996 he moved to Polti and realized a dream: he won the Monte Sirino stage and wore the pink jersey at the Giro d’Italia, he wore it for six days then had a crisis, but managed to finish the Giro with a decent sixth place in the standings the final.
2001 was his best professional season: he won 11 races, finishing the season in third place in the UCI world rankings; perhaps he lacks a weighty victory, a classic one to be clear, but the Giro di Romagna, the GP of Larciano, the GP of Industry and Commerce, the Tirreno-Adriatico and the Giro del Mediterraneo are victories of good depth.