Erik Lesser

1988 - Today

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Erik Lesser (born 17 May 1988) is a German former biathlete. In 2010, he ran his first single World Cup Race. At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi he won a silver medal at Men's individual. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Erik Lesser has received more than 43,881 page views. His biography is available in 25 different languages on Wikipedia. Erik Lesser is the 1,791st most popular athlete (down from 1,418th in 2019), the 4,898th most popular biography from Germany (down from 3,620th in 2019) and the 155th most popular German Athlete.

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Among athletes, Erik Lesser ranks 1,791 out of 3,055Before him are Grace Jackson, Nadezhda Skardino, Manuel Martínez Gutiérrez, Gete Wami, Chen Yueling, and Tim Lobinger. After him are Elana Meyer, Soraya Jiménez, Gil Young-ah, Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie, Gella Vandecaveye, and Yekaterina Volkova.

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Among people born in 1988, Erik Lesser ranks 522Before him are Michael Fitzgerald, Kayke Rodrigues, Jaume Costa, Mitchell Donald, Jeremy Bokila, and Sylvain Gbohouo. After him are Atiye, Adrian Popa, Laurent Depoitre, Nami Tamaki, Yūichi Sugita, and Raul Rusescu.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Erik Lesser ranks 4,898 out of 5,289Before him are Daniela Hunger (1972), Alexander Esswein (1990), Anthony Randolph (1989), Robin Knoche (1992), Christoph Janker (1985), and Tim Lobinger (1972). After him are Atiye (1988), Alexander Schwolow (1992), Muhamed Bešić (1992), Ronny Ackermann (1977), Viola Bauer (1976), and LaFee (1990).

Among ATHLETES In Germany

Among athletes born in Germany, Erik Lesser ranks 155Before him are Ariane Friedrich (1984), David Storl (1990), Michael Jung (1982), Anastasia Kelesidou (1972), Servet Tazegül (1988), and Tim Lobinger (1972). After him are Raphael Holzdeppe (1989), Ralf Bartels (1978), Johannes Vetter (1993), Benedikt Doll (1990), Nadine Müller (1985), and Peter Sendel (1972).