Dunc Gray

1906 - 1996

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Edgar Laurence "Dunc" Gray (17 July 1906 – 30 August 1996) was an Australian track cyclist and Olympian.Gray was born in Goulburn, New South Wales. He was called 'Dunc', which dates back to school where he was called 'Dunc' and this was later extended to 'Duncan'. He started competitive cycling with Goulburn Amateur Cycling Club around 1925. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Dunc Gray has received more than 18,902 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Dunc Gray is the 406th most popular cyclist, the 386th most popular biography from Australia and the 10th most popular Australian Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Dunc Gray ranks 406 out of 1,212Before him are Mathew Hayman, Melcior Mauri, Marianne Vos, Bobby Julich, Kurt Asle Arvesen, and Richard Carapaz. After him are Óscar Sevilla, Alessandro Ballan, Haimar Zubeldia, Xavier Tondo, Lars Michaelsen, and Sergei Ivanov.

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Among people born in 1906, Dunc Gray ranks 327Before him are Mauri Rose, Jim Bausch, Pat O'Callaghan, Charley Borah, Stuart Milner-Barry, and Julio Rosales. After him is Bea Benaderet. Among people deceased in 1996, Dunc Gray ranks 251Before him are Tommy Lawton, Audrey Meadows, Vince Edwards, Barbara Jordan, Sultan Rahi, and Ron Brown. After him are Sim Iness, Dana Hill, Jonathan Larson, Yevgeny Rodionov, Silk Smitha, and Yaki Kadafi.

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In Australia

Among people born in Australia, Dunc Gray ranks 386 out of 790Before him are Delta Goodrem (1984), Orianthi (1985), Craig Horner (1983), Mathew Hayman (1978), Jacob Elordi (1997), and Bella Heathcote (1987). After him are David Gulpilil (1953), Josephine Langford (1997), Liane Moriarty (1966), Edward Duyker (1955), Nathaniel Buzolic (1983), and Larry Perkins (1950).

Among CYCLISTS In Australia

Among cyclists born in Australia, Dunc Gray ranks 10Before him are Lionel Cox (1930), Danny Clark (1951), Richie Porte (1985), Stuart O'Grady (1973), Michael Rogers (1979), and Mathew Hayman (1978). After him are Simon Gerrans (1980), Rohan Dennis (1990), Bradley McGee (1976), Luke Roberts (1977), Adam Hansen (1981), and Michael Matthews (1990).