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Andy Schleck

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Andy Raymond Schleck (pronounced [ˈɑndi ˈʀɑɪmont ˈʃlæk]; born 10 June 1985) is a Luxembourgish former professional road bicycle racer. He won the 2010 Tour de France, being awarded it retroactively in February 2012 after Alberto Contador's hearing at the Court of Arbitration for Sport. He has also been the runner-up at the Tour twice; in 2009 and 2011. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Andy Schleck has received more than 598,543 page views. His biography is available in 38 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 37 in 2019). Andy Schleck is the 207th most popular cyclist (down from 153rd in 2019), the 42nd most popular biography from Luxembourg (down from 35th in 2019) and the 4th most popular Luxembourger Cyclist.

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Among CYCLISTS

Among cyclists, Andy Schleck ranks 207 out of 1,212Before him are Moreno Argentin, Paul Chocque, Giuseppe Saronni, Luigi Marchisio, Luis Herrera, and Angelo Damiano. After him are Steven Rooks, Aavo Pikkuus, Abraham Olano, Alessandro Petacchi, Evgeni Berzin, and Thor Hushovd.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1985, Andy Schleck ranks 92Before him are Aja Naomi King, Ashlynn Brooke, Łukasz Fabiański, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Ibrahim Touré. After him are Dwight Howard, Rosa Salazar, Chanel Preston, Kellan Lutz, Chris Paul, and Emile Hirsch.

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In Luxembourg

Among people born in Luxembourg, Andy Schleck ranks 42 out of 69Before him are Jean Asselborn (1949), Anne Fontaine (1959), Julien Darui (1916), Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein (1957), Archduchess Marie Astrid of Austria (1954), and Guillaume, Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg (1981). After him are Désirée Nosbusch (1965), Fränk Schleck (1980), Prince Félix of Luxembourg (1984), Gabriela von Habsburg (1956), Gérard Lopez (1971), and Kim Kirchen (1978).

Among CYCLISTS In Luxembourg

Among cyclists born in Luxembourg, Andy Schleck ranks 4Before him are Charly Gaul (1932), Nicolas Frantz (1899), and Johny Schleck (1942). After him are Fränk Schleck (1980), Kim Kirchen (1978), Bob Jungels (1992), Jempy Drucker (1986), and Laurent Didier (1984).