Alex Di Giorgio is a well-known Italian swimmer who was born on July 28, 1990, in the energetic city of Rome. He specializes in freestyle events. Di Giorgio’s path in swimming is a monument to his devotion and tenacity, as seen by his career filled with outstanding accomplishments, recognition on a global scale, and a temporary setback.
Di Giorgio showed his skill in the water at an early age. At the 2007 European Championships in Antwerp, he won his first international silver medal in the 4×200-meter relay with teammates Filippo Barbacini, Damiano Lestingi, and Cesare Sciocchetti, all of whom were barely seventeen years old.
He made more waves at the 2008 Monterrey Youth World Championships the following year, taking second place behind Russian swimmer Danila Izotov in the 400 meters. Di Giorgio finished second in the 400 meters and third in the 200 meters at the 2008 European Youth Championships in Belgrade.
In the 2008 spring and summer championships, Di Giorgio represented his club team, Circolo Canottieri Aniene, and was instrumental in helping the squad win the first Italian title in the 4×200 meters relay. He demonstrated both individual brilliance and teamwork.
Another feather in Di Giorgio’s cap was his participation in the 2012 European Championship in Debrecen. In the 4×200-meter relay, he won silver, demonstrating his capacity to compete at the top level with prestigious colleagues.
At the age of twenty-two, Di Giorgio represented Italy at the London 2012 Olympic Games. Although the team narrowly missed advancing in the 4×200 relay, Di Giorgio recorded the best time for the Italian quartet in the qualifying round, demonstrating his commitment to excellence.
Di Giorgio proved his mettle in the 4×100, 4×200, and 4×100 meters relays in the 2013 Mersin Mediterranean Games, where he won three gold medals. At the global championships in Barcelona, he made waves again by competing in the 4×200-meter relay and nearly missing the semi-finals in the 200 meters.
In 2016, Di Giorgio made a comeback to the Olympic scene in Rio de Janeiro. He placed eighth in the 4×200 relay qualifying round with teammates Andrea Mitchell D’Arrigo, Marco Belotti, and Gabriele Detti.
Di Giorgio’s silver medal in the 4×100-meter relay at the 2017 Taipei Universiade demonstrated his unwavering dedication to perfection.
Who is Alex di Giorgio Ex fiancée?
Alex Di Giorgio is openly homosexual. His ex-fiancée is Ivano Marino, an influencer and television personality known for appearances on programs like “Men and Women” and “Jump! Tonight I Dive,”
Ivano Marino harassed Alex Di Giorgio during their relationship, threatening to report him as gay. The harassment continued for months.