Davide Rebellin Net Worth At The Time Of His Death

Davide Rebellin net worth was estimated to be $1 million at the time of his death. He had amassed enormous wealth as a result of his primary career as a racer. But, according to many predictions, they have predicted that Davide Rebellin net worth was about $1.5 million.

Quick Bio

Name:Davide Rebellin
Date Of Birth: 1971
Place Of Birth:San Bonifacio, Italy
Age:51 years old
Spouse:Françoise Antonini (m. 2014)
Years active:1971–2022
Height:5′ 7″
Siblings:Simone Rebellin, Carlo Rebellin, Stefano Rebellin
Parents:Gedeone Rebellin

Davide Rebellin Died

The Italian runner Davide Rebellín, runner-up in the Cycling World Cup in 2004, died this Wednesday the 29th after being run over by a truck in the vicinity of the municipality of Montebello Vicentino, as reported by the local media.

Rebellín, 51 years old, was riding his bicycle on a highway when he was hit by a truck that, however, continued on its route without noticing the accident, reports the newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport.

“I am terribly shocked to hear this sad news. May the earth be light to you, RIP Davide”, Vincenzo Nibali, Rebellin ‘s teammate in the Italian team, wrote on social networks.

The Italian, who ended his sports career in the Veneto Classic in October 2022, turned professional in 1992, just after participating in the Barcelona Olympic Games, with the GB-MG Maglificio team (Mg Boys Maglificio- Technogym, currently).

A specialist in the classics, Rebellin spent 30 years pedaling in which he managed to win, among other competitions, a stage of the Giro d’Italia (1996), 3 Fleche Wallonne (2004, 2007, and 2009), a Liège-Bastogne-Liège (2004 ), a classic from San Sebastián (1997) and an Amstel Gold Race (2004), becoming the first in history to win this last competition in the year 2004 to remember.

In 2008 he was involved in a controversy for failing doping control during the Beijing Olympics, where he won the silver medal in the road cycling category.

Rebellin had to return the medal and the Olympic diploma, but, 7 years later, he was acquitted by the Court of Padova.

The Spanish cyclist Alejandro Valverde also mourned his death with a message on his official Twitter account: “My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Davide Rebellin, a professional colleague and rival for so many years. D.E.P”.

 

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