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Egan Bernal

1997 - Today

Egan Bernal

Egan Arley Bernal Gómez (born 13 January 1997) is a Colombian cyclist, who rides for UCI WorldTeam Ineos Grenadiers. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Egan Bernal has received more than 642,808 page views. His biography is available in 27 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 196th most popular cyclist.

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  • 640k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 42.08

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 27

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 5.98

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.70

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among CYCLISTS

Among cyclists, Egan Bernal ranks 197 out of 904Before him are Laurent Jalabert, Piotr Ugrumov, Denis Menchov, Aavo Pikkuus, Charles Schlee, and Sante Gaiardoni. After him are Franco Ballerini, Gert Frank, Joaquim Rodríguez, Abraham Olano, Viatcheslav Ekimov, and Ronald Stretton.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1997, Egan Bernal ranks 20Before him are Malcom, Asa Butterfield, Bella Thorne, Zara Larsson, Alexander Zverev, and Naomi Osaka. After him are Theo Hernandez, Marcus Rashford, Renato Sanches, Donny van de Beek, Lautaro Martínez, and Rodrigo Bentancur.

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In Colombia

Among people born in Colombia, Egan Bernal ranks 81 out of 188Before him are Cristián Zapata (1986), Nairo Quintana (1990), Timoleón Jiménez (1959), Duván Zapata (1991), Fredy Guarín (1986), and Ricardo Londoño (1949). After him are Ever Palacios (1969), Jeison Murillo (1992), Luis Fernando Suárez (1959), Adolfo Valencia (1968), Juan Camilo Zúñiga (1985), and Pablo Armero (1986).

Among CYCLISTS In Colombia

Among cyclists born in Colombia, Egan Bernal ranks 3Before him are Luis Herrera (1961) and Nairo Quintana (1990). After him are Santiago Botero (1972), Rigoberto Urán (1987), Esteban Chaves (1990), Sergio Henao (1987), Félix Cárdenas (1973), Mauricio Soler (1983), Carlos Betancur (1989), Leonardo Duque (1980), and Víctor Hugo Peña (1974).