Dominique Cornu

1985 - Today

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Dominique Cornu (born 10 October 1985) is a Belgian retired road and track cyclist from Flanders, who competed professionally between 2005 and 2015. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Dominique Cornu has received more than 15,475 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Dominique Cornu is the 928th most popular cyclist (down from 801st in 2019), the 859th most popular biography from Belgium (down from 646th in 2019) and the 92nd most popular Belgian Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Dominique Cornu ranks 928 out of 1,212Before her are Tom-Jelte Slagter, Teun Mulder, Ivan Santaromita, Grégory Baugé, Patrice Halgand, and Marco Marzano. After her are Sébastien Rosseler, Stéphane Augé, Michael Turtur, Simona Krupeckaitė, Niccolò Bonifazio, and Manuel Belletti.

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Among people born in 1985, Dominique Cornu ranks 861Before her are Naughty Boy, Šárka Strachová, Jesper Hansen, Gabriel Achilier, Grégory Baugé, and Zahar Efimenko. After her are Evgeny Alekseev, Benny Feilhaber, Ronald Zubar, Lukáš Pešek, Aleksandr Tretyakov, and Dani Hernández.

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In Belgium

Among people born in Belgium, Dominique Cornu ranks 859 out of 899Before her are Aaron Leya Iseka (1997), Ruben Bemelmans (1988), Mile Svilar (1999), Matz Sels (1992), Iris (1995), and Thomas Kaminski (1992). After her are Sébastien Rosseler (1981), Anthony Limbombe (1994), Jens Keukeleire (1988), Hanna Mariën (1982), Jelle Wallays (1989), and Jens Debusschere (1989).

Among CYCLISTS In Belgium

Among cyclists born in Belgium, Dominique Cornu ranks 92Before her are Jelle Vanendert (1985), Frederik Willems (1979), Laurens De Plus (1995), Kevin Seeldraeyers (1986), Antoine Demoitié (1990), and Bart De Clercq (1986). After her are Sébastien Rosseler (1981), Jens Keukeleire (1988), Jelle Wallays (1989), Jens Debusschere (1989), Kristof Vandewalle (1985), and Jonas van Genechten (1986).