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Claude Onesta

1957 - Today

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Claude Onesta, (born 6 February 1957 in Albi, France), is a French handball coach, responsible of France's Men's handball team from 2001 to 2016. Currently he is holding the position of General Manager of French Men's National Handball Team since 2016 after retiring from coaching career. With his Russian counterpart Vladimir Maksimov, he has one of the most successful Handball coaching records with titles in major competitions such as The Olympics, The World Championship, and The European Championship. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Claude Onesta has received more than 36,761 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Claude Onesta is the 16,491st most popular politician, the 4,861st most popular biography from France and the 918th most popular French Politician.

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Among politicians, Claude Onesta ranks 16,491 out of 15,577Before him are Ilinka Mitreva, Jim Webb, Arancha González Laya, Vida Vencienė, Theresa Kachindamoto, and Princess Alexandra of Luxembourg. After him are Ruben Kun, Xavier Becerra, Yannis Stournaras, Emmanuel Issoze-Ngondet, Charles Magill Conrad, and Jan Brewer.

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Among people born in 1957, Claude Onesta ranks 494Before him are Harald Schmid, Antonio Napolioni, Atli Eðvaldsson, Katie Couric, Geri Allen, and Wilfried Hannes. After him are Jon Gries, Hipólito Rincón, Kenji Nagai, Dani Levy, Klaus Lindenberger, and Jean-François Domergue.

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Among people born in France, Claude Onesta ranks 4,861 out of 6,011Before him are Mehdi Nafti (1978), Alizé Cornet (1990), Jean-Éric Vergne (1990), Sébastien Foucan (1974), Marina Foïs (1970), and Philippe Christanval (1978). After him are Yoann Lemoine (1983), Tanguy Ndombele (1996), Isabelle Mir (1949), Ary Abittan (1974), Anthoine Hubert (1996), and Harlem Désir (1959).


Among politicians born in France, Claude Onesta ranks 918Before him are Nicole Bricq (1947), Richard Ferrand (1962), Philippe Poutou (1967), Nathalie Arthaud (1970), Corinne Lepage (1951), and Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoléon (1986). After him are Harlem Désir (1959), Marion Maréchal (1989), Stéphane Le Foll (1960), Christophe Castaner (1966), Élisabeth Borne (1961), and Jean-François Copé (1964).