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Eero Lehtonen

1898 - 1959

Eero Lehtonen

Eero Reino Lehtonen (21 April 1898 – 9 November 1959) was a Finnish athlete. He competed at the 1920 Olympics in the pentathlon, long jump and decathlon and at the 1924 Olympics in the pentathlon and 4 × 400 m relay. He won the pentathlon at both Games, but performed poorly in other events. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Eero Lehtonen has received more than 9,872 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 280th most popular athlete.

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Eero Lehtonen ranks 277 out of 2,090Before him are Nadezhda Chizhova, Carlo Airoldi, Natalya Lisovskaya, Albert Hill, Lillian Copeland, and Asafa Powell. After him are John Ljunggren, Hans Günter Winkler, Betty Cuthbert, John Rimmer, Lina Radke, and Ioannis Persakis.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1898, Eero Lehtonen ranks 143Before him are Katarzyna Kobro, Jan Brzechwa, Ira Sprague Bowen, Agnes Ayres, Roald Larsen, and Renée Adorée. After him are Mitchell Leisen, Hal B. Wallis, Simon Vestdijk, Félix Sesúmaga, Henry Luce, and Eero Berg. Among people deceased in 1959, Eero Lehtonen ranks 107Before him are Heleno de Freitas, Edmund Goulding, Roald Larsen, William D. Leahy, Ernst Fast, and Maxwell Anderson. After him are George Albert Smith, Ali-Akbar Dehkhoda, William J. Donovan, Jacob Epstein, Boris Eikhenbaum, and Edmund Gwenn.

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In Finland

Among people born in Finland, Eero Lehtonen ranks 167 out of 362Before him are Heikki A. Alikoski (1912), Arvo Askola (null), Hugo Gyldén (null), Esa-Pekka Salonen (1958), Ralf Törngren (1899), and Toini Gustafsson (1938). After him are Heikki Kovalainen (1981), Petter Adolf Karsten (1834), Jyrki Katainen (1971), Veikko Kankkonen (1940), Jari Kurri (1960), and Laila Kinnunen (1939).