International made Alessandra Cappellotto 1992, the first time attention to themselves, as they finished in second place at a stage of the Grande Boucle Féminine. However, in the following years, Alessandra Cappellotto had with second and third places in national and settle for the world championships, as with the UCI Road World Championships 1996 in Lugano, as they finished third in the time trial or in the same year at the Giro d' Italia Femminile. At the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, she took seventh place in the road race.
1997 Alessandra Cappellotto was in the northern Spanish San Sebastian World Champion in the road race; In the same year she won the Thuringia Tour of the women and the Chrono Champenois - Trophée Européen.
2000 Cappel Lotto Second overall in the Giro d' Italia. In 2003, she was the only time Italian champion on the road. The following year, she withdrew from active cycling.