Fabian Cancellara

Date of BirthMarch 18, 1981
Place of BirthWohlen bei Bern, Switzerland
Height186 cm
Weight81 kg
DisciplineRoad, Time Trial

Fabian Cancellara is a retired Swiss professional road and time trial cyclist. He was born on March 18, 1981, in Wohlen bei Bern, Switzerland. Cancellara began his cycling career at an early age and swiftly climbed to become one of the world’s most formidable cyclists.

Cancellara’s career was characterised by his ability in time trials and one-day classic events. He won various titles and competitions, including four World Time Trial Championships and two Olympic gold medals. He was also a seven-time winner of the Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders, two of the world’s most renowned one-day races.

Cancellara’s ability to produce under duress was one of his most outstanding qualities. He was noted for his mental toughness and ability to remain cool and focused in high-pressure situations. This enabled him to win many of his major races and establish his place as one of the best cyclists of all time.

Cancellara resigned from professional cycling in 2016 following a stellar decade-long career. He has stayed active in the cycling community since his retirement, serving as a pundit and advocate for the sport.

Fabian Cancellara’s Most Impressive Achievements:

2006World Time Trial Champion
2008Olympic Time Trial Gold Medalist
2010Paris-Roubaix Winner
2011Tour of Flanders Winner
2012Olympic Time Trial Gold Medalist
2013Paris-Roubaix Winner
2014Tour of Flanders Winner

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