Elisabetta Perrone

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Elisabetta Perrone (born 9 July 1968) is a former race walker from Italy who won eighteen medals, eight of these at senior level, at the International athletics competitions. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Elisabetta Perrone has received more than 10,048 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Elisabetta Perrone is the 1,698th most popular athlete, the 3,836th most popular biography from Italy and the 48th most popular Italian Athlete.

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Among athletes, Elisabetta Perrone ranks 1,698 out of 3,055Before her are Theoren Fleury, Jeroen Dubbeldam, Andreas Birnbacher, Björn Otto, Tayna Lawrence, and Jeļena Prokopčuka. After her are Denis Nizhegorodov, Austra Skujytė, Karsten Warholm, Theresia Kiesl, Clara Hughes, and Tamás Kásás.

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Among people born in 1968, Elisabetta Perrone ranks 645Before her are Sergei Martynov, Wolnei Caio, Theoren Fleury, Eric Holcomb, Jens Seipenbusch, and Dalian Atkinson. After her are Arshad Warsi, Ben Shenkman, Andy Cohen, Ryosuke Okuno, Rikizo Matsuhashi, and Donald Johnson.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Elisabetta Perrone ranks 3,836 out of 4,088Before her are Giampiero Pinzi (1981), Emanuele Birarelli (1981), Rita Grande (1975), Maria Elena Camerin (1982), Luca Cigarini (1986), and Karin Knapp (1987). After her are Laura Chiatti (1982), Giuseppe Sculli (1981), Karin Oberhofer (1985), Sonny Colbrelli (1990), Rolando Mandragora (1997), and Elisa Di Francisca (1982).

Among ATHLETES In Italy

Among athletes born in Italy, Elisabetta Perrone ranks 48Before her are Lukas Hofer (1989), Dominik Windisch (1989), Roberta Brunet (1965), Ivano Brugnetti (1976), Annarita Sidoti (1969), and Antonietta Di Martino (1978). After her are Karin Oberhofer (1985), Tania Cagnotto (1985), Alex Schwazer (1984), Giovanni Pellielo (1970), Alessandro Puccini (1968), and Fabrizio Donato (1976).