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Billy Konchellah

1961 - Today

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Billy Komintai Konchellah (born 20 October 1961 in Kilgoris, Kenya) is a former 800 m runner who won two World Championship gold medals in Rome 1987 and Tokyo 1991. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Billy Konchellah has received more than 24,497 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Billy Konchellah is the 1,431st most popular athlete, the 57th most popular biography from Kenya and the 34th most popular Kenyan Athlete.

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  • 24k

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  • 48.78

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 5.07

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.98

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Billy Konchellah ranks 1,431 out of 3,055Before him are Chris Brasher, Aksana Miankova, Carmelita Jeter, Andrey Silnov, Taoufik Makhloufi, and Tegla Loroupe. After him are Hiroshi Yamamoto, Lasha Talakhadze, Natalya Antyukh, Olena Pidhrushna, Scott Moir, and Almaz Ayana.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1961, Billy Konchellah ranks 581Before him are Tomi Poikolainen, Susan Kilrain, Gilbert Houngbo, Melle Mel, Bob Peterson, and Fredy Schmidtke. After him are Yolanda Adams, Luís Müller, Kokichi Kimura, Gesine Lötzsch, Steve Nicol, and Eddie Baza Calvo.

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In Kenya

Among people born in Kenya, Billy Konchellah ranks 57 out of 121Before him are Moses Tanui (1965), Paul Ereng (1966), Ezekiel Kemboi (1982), Joseph Keter (1969), Patrick Makau Musyoki (1985), and Tegla Loroupe (1973). After him are Robert Wangila (1967), Vivian Cheruiyot (1983), Brimin Kipruto (1985), Peter Rono (1967), Asbel Kiprop (1989), and Wilfred Bungei (1980).

Among ATHLETES In Kenya

Among athletes born in Kenya, Billy Konchellah ranks 34Before him are Moses Tanui (1965), Paul Ereng (1966), Ezekiel Kemboi (1982), Joseph Keter (1969), Patrick Makau Musyoki (1985), and Tegla Loroupe (1973). After him are Robert Wangila (1967), Vivian Cheruiyot (1983), Brimin Kipruto (1985), Peter Rono (1967), Asbel Kiprop (1989), and Wilfred Bungei (1980).