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Aleksandr Kirichenko

1967 - Today

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Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Kirichenko (born 13 August 1967) is a Ukrainian track cyclist. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Aleksandr Kirichenko has received more than 9,126 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Aleksandr Kirichenko is the 557th most popular cyclist, the 777th most popular biography from Ukraine and the 3rd most popular Ukrainian Cyclist.

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Among CYCLISTS

Among cyclists, Aleksandr Kirichenko ranks 557 out of 1,212Before him are Gorka Izagirre, Tejay van Garderen, Jimmi Madsen, José Rujano, Mauricio Soler, and Lars Boom. After him are Martin Elmiger, Steven de Jongh, Andrey Amador, Alberto Bettiol, Sébastien Hinault, and Dries Devenyns.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1967, Aleksandr Kirichenko ranks 573Before him are Sipan Shiraz, Flavio Zandoná, Kimberly Peirce, Fernando Henrique Mariano, Fernando Moner, and Grigoriy Yegorov. After him are Gary Sundgren, Abdiweli Gaas, Anna Biryukova, Toomas Tõniste, Walter Kogler, and Wilson Pérez.

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In Ukraine

Among people born in Ukraine, Aleksandr Kirichenko ranks 777 out of 913Before him are Viktor Kovalenko (1996), Mariya Stadnik (1988), Denys Boyko (1988), Mariya Yaremchuk (1993), Alexey Voyevoda (1980), and Bohdan Butko (1991). After him are Serhiy Nazarenko (1980), Mariya Muzychuk (1992), Andriy Rusol (1983), Anastasia Prikhodko (1987), Volodymyr Sydorenko (1976), and Vita Styopina (1976).

Among CYCLISTS In Ukraine

Among cyclists born in Ukraine, Aleksandr Kirichenko ranks 3Before him are Serhiy Honchar (1970) and Yaroslav Popovych (1980). After him are Andriy Hrivko (1983), Sergiy Matveyev (1975), Olga Slyusareva (1969), Volodymir Gustov (1977), Yuriy Krivtsov (1979), and Lesya Kalytovska (1988).