|Birth||28 August 1984 (Minsk)|
Aliaksandr Subota (born 28 August 1984) is a Paralympian athlete from Belarus competing mainly in T46 classification track and field events.
Subota first represented his country at a Paralympics in 2004 in Athens, where he competed in the long jump and triple jump, although he failed to achieve a podium finish in either. Subota was back in the Belarus team for the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, this time competing in just the long jump. He finished fifth. His most successful Paralympics to date was the London Games in 2012. There he competed in both the long jump and triple jump, finishing third in the triple jump to claim his first Paralympic medal.
As well as his Paralympic success, Subota has also claimed medals at both World and European Championship level. He claimed a silver in the triple jump (T46) in the 2013 World Championships in Lyon while he has won three European medals, including a gold in the T46 Javelin in 2016 in Grosseto. This was the first international competition that he had entered into the javelin event.
Subota was born in Minsk, Belrus in 1984. He studied sports coaching at Belarusian State University of Physical Training.