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Dimitri Konyshev

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Dimitri Konyshev (Russian Дмитрий Борисович Конышев; born 18 February 1966) is a Russian former road bicycle racer. Over his 17 year professional cycling career Konyshev won nine Grand Tour stages becoming one of the few riders to win a stage in all three Grand Tours. He won 4 apiece in the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia, and he also won a single stage in the Vuelta a Espana. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Dimitri Konyshev has received more than 30,903 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Dimitri Konyshev is the 326th most popular cyclist (down from 293rd in 2019), the 2,193rd most popular biography from Russia (down from 1,822nd in 2019) and the 7th most popular Russian Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Dimitri Konyshev ranks 326 out of 1,214Before him are Uwe Ampler, Nairo Quintana, Peter Winnen, Joseba Beloki, Robbie McEwen, and Gilberto Simoni. After him are Charly Mottet, Rudy Dhaenens, Levi Leipheimer, Joaquim Rodríguez, Andreas Klöden, and Jean-Paul van Poppel.

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Among people born in 1966, Dimitri Konyshev ranks 374Before him are Dadullah, Chai Ling, Valdas Ivanauskas, David Benatar, Nikola Jurčević, and Maria Furtwängler. After him are Lena Philipsson, Ljubčo Georgievski, Stéphane Demol, Dennis Wise, Karyn Parsons, and Zoran Savić.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Dimitri Konyshev ranks 2,193 out of 3,262Before him are Natalie Glebova (1981), Andrey Rublev (1997), Karen Khachanov (1996), Viktor Shustikov (1939), Nadia Petrova (1982), and Svetlana Khodchenkova (1983). After him are Alexei Urmanov (1973), Ilya Piatetski-Shapiro (1929), Einari Teräsvirta (1914), Viktor Mamatov (1937), Viktor Krovopuskov (1948), and Vladimir Rushailo (1953).

Among CYCLISTS In Russia

Among cyclists born in Russia, Dimitri Konyshev ranks 7Before him are Sergei Sukhoruchenkov (1956), Andrei Tchmil (1963), Viatcheslav Ekimov (1966), Denis Menchov (1978), Pavel Tonkov (1969), and Evgeni Berzin (1970). After him are Sergei Ivanov (1975), Alexandr Kolobnev (1981), Evgeni Petrov (1978), Viktor Manakov (1960), Ilnur Zakarin (1989), and Vladimir Karpets (1980).