Enrico Fabris ( Italian: Enrico Fabris , born October 5, 1981 in Asiago , Italy ) - Italian skater , two-time Olympic champion in 2006, European champion in classical all-around 2006, multiple prize-winner of world and European championships, nine - time champion of Italy in classical all-around .
|Full name||ital. Enrico fabris|
|Date of Birth||October 5, 1981 (age 37)|
|Place of Birth||Asiago , Italy|
|Specialization||1500 - 5000 meters|
|Olympic champion||2 (2006)|
|1000 meters||1: 09.16|
|1,500 meters||1: 43.67|
|3000 meters||3: 40.23|
|5000 meters||6: 06.42|
|10,000 meters||13: 10.60|
From 1999 to 2001 he participated in the World Junior Championships. The best result was the 12th place in 2001.
At the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, he took 26th place at 1,500m and 16th at 5,000m.
From 2003 to 2011, he won the Italian championship in classical all-around annually.
In 2005, he became the silver medalist of the world championship in the team race.
In 2006 he became the champion of Europe.
At the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin, he became the bronze medalist at 5000 m and the Olympic champion at 1500 m and in the team race.
At the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, he could not win a single medal.
In November 2011, announced the end of his sports career.  The last start was the 1500m race at the World Cup in Chelyabinsk, where Fabrice took last place.
On November 10, 2007, at the World Cup in Salt Lake City, Fabrice ran 5000 meters in 6: 07.40, breaking the world record of Sven Cramer six months ago. However, a week later, on November 17, at the Cup stage in Calgary, Sven Kramer surpassed this achievement and ran the "five" for 6: 03.32.
- Commander of the Order of Merit for the Italian Republic - March 9, 2006