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Fabe Dia
Fabé Dia
Medal record
Representing  France
Women's athletics
Mediterranean Games
Silver medal - second place 200 metres
Bronze medal - third place 200 metres

Amy Fabé Dia Longo (born 14 February 1977 in Creil, France) is a French-Italian sprint athlete who specializes in the 200 metres.

She changed nationality to Italy on 12 May 2009 by marriage with the Italian middle-distance runner Andrea Longo.[1]


She won the silver medal at the 1995 European Junior Championships.[2] She competed at the 1995 World Indoor Championships,[3] the 1998 European Championships,[4] the 1999 World Indoor Championships, the 2001 World Indoor Championships, the 2001 World Championships, the 2002 European Indoor Championships and the 2002 European Championships without reaching the final. Then, she finally reached the final at the 2002 European Indoor Championships and finished sixth.[3] She won the silver medal at the 2001 Mediterranean Games and the bronze medal at the 2005 Mediterranean Games.[5]

In the 4 x 100 metres relay she finished fourth at the 2000 Olympic Games, and fourth at the 2005 World Championships.[6] At the 1999 World Championships she ran in the heats, but not in the final.[7]

Her personal best times are 7.33 seconds in the 60 metres (indoor), achieved in January 2000 in Eaubonne; 11.54 seconds in the 100 metres, achieved in June 2005 in Firenze; and 23.02 seconds in the 200 metres, achieved in June 1999 in Villeneuve-d'Ascq.[3]


  1. ^ "Transfers of Allegiance". iaaf.org. 22 January 2011. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ "European Junior Championships (Women)". GBR Athletics. Athletics Weekly. Retrieved 2010.
  3. ^ a b c template IAAF name is being considered for deletion.> Fabé Dia at IAAF
  4. ^ "Women 200m European Championships 1998 Budapest (HUN)". Todor Krastev. Archived from the original on 31 August 2011. Retrieved 2010.
  5. ^ "Mediterranean Games". GBR Athletics. Athletics Weekly. Retrieved 2010.
  6. ^ "Women 4x100m Relay World Championship 2005 Helsinki (FIN)". Todor Krastev. Retrieved 2010.
  7. ^ "Women 4x100m Relay World Championship 1999 Sevilla (ESP)". Todor Krastev. Retrieved 2010.

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