Ernst Vettori

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Ernst Vettori (born 25 June 1964) is an Austrian former ski jumper. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ernst Vettori has received more than 38,797 page views. His biography is available in 23 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 22 in 2019). Ernst Vettori is the 149th most popular skier (up from 173rd in 2019), the 1,014th most popular biography from Austria (down from 940th in 2019) and the 19th most popular Austrian Skier.

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Among skiers, Ernst Vettori ranks 149 out of 817Before him are Hans-Georg Aschenbach, Jaroslav Sakala, Thomas Alsgaard, Antoinette Meyer, Yelena Vyalbe, and Michela Figini. After him are Nikolay Anikin, Olga Pall, Rok Petrovič, Helena Takalo, Finn Christian Jagge, and Franz Gabl.

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Among people born in 1964, Ernst Vettori ranks 387Before him are Wael Nader al-Halqi, Afshin Ghotbi, Oleh Skrypka, Otmar Szafnauer, Johan Bruyneel, and Luboš Kubík. After him are Ken Shamrock, Butch Reynolds, Franco Ballerini, Jim Lee, Rex Brown, and Andy Rourke.

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In Austria

Among people born in Austria, Ernst Vettori ranks 1,014 out of 1,424Before him are Peter Zoller (1952), Siegfried Purner (1915), Eleonore Schwarz (1936), Felix Frankfurter (1882), Hans Haas (1906), and Ľudmila Podjavorinská (1872). After him are Olga Pall (1947), Erhard Busek (1941), Marianne Mendt (1945), Franz Gabl (1921), Wilhelm Kreuz (1949), and Käthe Leichter (1895).

Among SKIERS In Austria

Among skiers born in Austria, Ernst Vettori ranks 19Before him are Othmar Schneider (1928), Erika Mahringer (1924), Ernst Hinterseer (1932), Marcel Hirscher (1989), Traudl Hecher (1943), and Josef Stiegler (1937). After him are Olga Pall (1947), Franz Gabl (1921), Dagmar Rom (1928), Otto Leodolter (1936), Andreas Goldberger (1972), and Reinhold Bachler (1944).