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Aida Mohamed

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Aida Mohamed (born 12 March 1976) is a Hungarian foil fencer, silver medallist at the 1993 World Championships and team gold medallist at the 2007 European Championships. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Aida Mohamed has received more than 39,138 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Aida Mohamed is the 141st most popular fencer, the 796th most popular biography from Hungary and the 26th most popular Hungarian Fencer.

Memorability Metrics

  • 39k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 28.57

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 16

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.44

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.27

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among fencers, Aida Mohamed ranks 141 out of 174Before her are Andrea Baldini, Iván Kovács, Andrea Cassarà, Nikolai Novosjolov, Franck Boidin, and Mihai Covaliu. After her are Nam Hyun-hee, Gu Bon-gil, Larisa Korobeynikova, Yana Shemyakina, Erwann Le Péchoux, and Imke Duplitzer.

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Among people born in 1976, Aida Mohamed ranks 809Before her are Gary Lightbody, Karsten Kroon, Xabier Fernández, Antón Paz, Brad Miller, and Yasuhiro Toyoda. After her are Sotaro Yasunaga, José Pedro Santos, Hiroshi Sakai, Mathias Schober, Shelley Conn, and Andrew Simpson.

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In Hungary

Among people born in Hungary, Aida Mohamed ranks 796 out of 866Before her are Gergely Kiss (1977), Éva Csernoviczki (1986), Vilmos Vanczák (1983), Roland Sallai (1997), Richárd Guzmics (1987), and Iván Kovács (1970). After her are Petra Mandula (1978), Henriett Seth F. (1980), Ákos Elek (1988), Kristóf Milák (2000), Ágnes Osztolykán (1974), and Márkó Futács (1990).

Among FENCERS In Hungary

Among fencers born in Hungary, Aida Mohamed ranks 26Before her are Imre Bujdosó (1959), Géza Imre (1974), György Nébald (1956), Áron Szilágyi (1990), Bence Szabó (1962), and Iván Kovács (1970). After her are Emese Szász-Kovács (1982), Gábor Boczkó (1977), Zsolt Nemcsik (1977), András Rédli (1983), Tamás Decsi (1982), and Gergely Siklósi (1997).