Davide Rebellin

Davide Rebellin ( born August 9, 1971 in San Bonifacio, Italy ) is an Italian racing cyclist.


Rebellin started his professional career in 1995 with the cycling team MG- Technogym.

His breakthrough came Rebellin at the Giro d'Italia in 1996, which he finished in sixth place overall after winning the seventh stage and in the Maglia Rosa captured the overall lead, which he defended until zwälften stage.

It developed in the following years to a specialist for short tours and one-day races. He won, for example, in 2001, the stage race Tirreno- Adriatico and 2004 was the first driver ever in succession the three spring classic Amstel Gold Race, La Flèche Wallonne and Liège -Bastogne -Liège.

After Rebellin was not called for several years however in the Italian national team, Rebellin took in September 2004 to the Argentine citizenship in order to compete in the jersey of Argentina at the UCI Road World Championships 2004. His participation for Argentina was rejected a few days before the race by the UCI due to a technicality.

Later, he went back for the Italian federation and closed the road race the 2008 Summer Olympics in second place from. However, follow-ups taking CERA revealed in April 2009 before the race. In November 2009, the IOC withdrew it then won the silver medal at. The decision of the IOC was confirmed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport in 2010 and Rebellin thereto by the Commissioner for him mongeassischen Association banned for two years.



  • A stage of the Giro d' Italia


  • Clasica San Sebastian
  • Championship of Zurich
  • Trophée des grimpeurs


  • Tre Valli Varesine
  • Giro del Veneto
  • A stage in the Tour de la Région Wallonne
  • A stage in the Tour de Suisse


  • Mediterranean itinerary
  • A stage Mediterranean cruise
  • A stage of Criterium International
  • Tour du Haut Var
  • Giro del Veneto
  • Giro del Friuli


  • Giro del Veneto


  • Mediterranean itinerary
  • Tirreno- Adriatico and a stage
  • Giro di Romagna
  • Two stages Basque Country Tour
  • A stage Brixia Tour
  • GP Città di Chiasso
  • GP Industria e Commercio Artigianato
  • Coppa delle Nazioni - Memorial Fausto Coppi
  • GP Industria & Commercio di Prato


  • GP Citta di Camaiore
  • Luk- Cup Buhl


  • Around the Henninger Tower
  • A stage of Paris-Nice
  • GP Industria & Commercio di Prato


  • Liege -Bastogne- Liege
  • Amstel Gold Race
  • La Flèche Wallonne
  • Two stages Sachsen-Tour
  • Trofeo Melinda


  • A stage Brixia Tour


  • Giro dell'Emilia
  • Brixia Tour and a stage


  • Flèche Wallonne
  • Brixia Tour and a stage


  • Tour du Haut Var
  • Paris-Nice


  • Two stages Ruta del Sol
  • La Flèche Wallonne


  • Tre Valli Varesine
  • Trofeo Melinda
  • A stage of the Tour de Slovaquie
  • Tour du Gevaudan Languedoc- Roussillon and a stage
  • Two stages Szlakiem Grodów Piastowskich
  • Sibiu Cycling Tour and a stage