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Aitor Hernández

1982 - Today

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Aitor Hernández Gutiérrez (born 24 January 1982) is a Spanish road and cyclo-cross cyclist. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Aitor Hernández has received more than 8,157 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Aitor Hernández is the 1,222nd most popular cyclist (down from 1,111th in 2019), the 2,831st most popular biography from Spain (down from 2,546th in 2019) and the 114th most popular Spanish Cyclist.

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  • 15

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  • 4.74

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  • 1.99

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among cyclists, Aitor Hernández ranks 1,222 out of 1,214Before her are Stefano Pirazzi, Alexandre Geniez, Jacopo Guarnieri, Eugenia Bujak, Ethan Hayter, and Nicolas Edet. After her are Andrew Talansky, Riccardo Zoidl, Jack Carlin, Albert Torres, Dmitriy Gruzdev, and Víctor Cabedo.

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Among people born in 1982, Aitor Hernández ranks 1,067Before her are Ekaterina Khilko, Mike Smith, Daniel Silva dos Santos, Travis Diener, Hideto Inoue, and Chris Baird. After her are Joo Hyun-jung, Tamás Decsi, Seitaro Tomisawa, Peter Škantár, Shunta Nagai, and Hirotaka Iida.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Aitor Hernández ranks 2,831 out of 2,932Before her are David Raya (1995), Erika Villaécija (1984), Jorge Larena (1981), Nacho Vidal (1995), Javier Ontiveros (1997), and Pedro Bigas (1990). After her are Jesús Rueda (1987), José Arnaiz (1995), Víctor Cabedo (1989), Raúl Rodríguez (1987), Lorena Guréndez (1981), and Jorge Pulido (1991).

Among CYCLISTS In Spain

Among cyclists born in Spain, Aitor Hernández ranks 114Before her are Javier Aramendia (1986), Rubén Fernández (1991), Alex Aranburu (1995), Víctor de la Parte (1986), Carlos Coloma Nicolás (1981), and Alberto Losada (1982). After her are Víctor Cabedo (1989), Eduard Prades (1987), Carlos Verona (1992), Ángel Madrazo (1988), Sergio Pardilla (1984), and Iván García Cortina (1995).