Ellen van Dijk

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Ellen van Dijk

Eleonora Maria "Ellen" van Dijk (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌeːleːjoːˈnoːraː maːˈrijaː ˈʔɛlə(n) vɑn ˈdɛik]; born 11 February 1987) is a Dutch professional road racing cyclist, who currently rides for UCI Women's WorldTeam Trek–Segafredo. Besides road cycling she was also a track cyclist until 2012. Van Dijk is known as a time trial specialist and is five times world champion. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ellen van Dijk has received more than 89,060 page views. Her biography is available in 26 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 451st most popular cyclist.

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  • 89k

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  • 31.90

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  • 26

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 6.80

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.26

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among cyclists, Ellen van Dijk ranks 453 out of 904Before her are Markus Zberg, Nicki Sørensen, Robbie Hunter, Theo Bos, Manuel Quinziato, and Judith Arndt. After her are Egoi Martínez, Luke Roberts, Georg Totschnig, Pieter Weening, Dylan Teuns, and Daniel Teklehaimanot.

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Among people born in 1987, Ellen van Dijk ranks 346Before her are Tatjana Maria, Terence Crawford, Ding Junhui, Yūki Nagasato, Marija Šestić, and Davide Lanzafame. After her are Ajmal Kasab, Ryan Sweeting, AJ Lee, Sebastian Prödl, Matt Anderson, and Alan Dawa Dolma.

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In Netherlands

Among people born in Netherlands, Ellen van Dijk ranks 747 out of 908Before her are Kenny Tete (1995), Earnie Stewart (1969), Theo Bos (1983), Princess Alexia of the Netherlands (2005), Marleen Veldhuis (1979), and Ingrid Visser (1977). After her are Pieter Weening (1981), Anna van der Breggen (1990), Lars Boom (1985), Bob de Jong (1976), Jan Versleijen (1955), and Jetro Willems (1994).

Among CYCLISTS In Netherlands

Among cyclists born in Netherlands, Ellen van Dijk ranks 20Before her are Wout Poels (1987), Leontien van Moorsel (1970), Servais Knaven (1971), Michael Boogerd (1972), Robert Gesink (1986), and Theo Bos (1983). After her are Pieter Weening (1981), Anna van der Breggen (1990), Lars Boom (1985), Laurens ten Dam (1980), Wilco Kelderman (1991), and Sebastian Langeveld (1985).