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Eva Korpela

1958 - Today

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Eva Korpela (born 1958) is a former Swedish biathlete, world champion and world cup winner. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Eva Korpela has received more than 12,560 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Eva Korpela is the 2,136th most popular athlete (down from 1,510th in 2019), the 1,209th most popular biography from Sweden (down from 1,039th in 2019) and the 126th most popular Swedish Athlete.

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  • 41.25

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 7.03

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.42

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Eva Korpela ranks 2,136 out of 6,025Before her are Marie-Louise Linssen-Vaessen, Lisa Vittozzi, Jānis Ķipurs, Gerard Nijboer, Yury Sharov, and Walter Byron. After her are Vladimir Muravyov, Trevor Coker, Valentyna Kozyr, Nikolay Sidorov, Alina Astafei, and Tomas Johansson.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1958, Eva Korpela ranks 552Before her are Pedro Uralde, Maria das Neves, Roman Wójcicki, Nigel Stepney, Philippe Desmet, and Jānis Ķipurs. After her are Joop Hiele, Virgil Donati, František Straka, Gilles Leroy, Frank Schaffer, and Ion Draica.

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In Sweden

Among people born in Sweden, Eva Korpela ranks 1,209 out of 1,879Before her are Sonja Åkesson (1926), Göran Hagberg (1947), Simon Aspelin (1974), Stefan Lövgren (1970), Thomas G:son (1968), and Martin Hansson (1971). After her are Tomas Johansson (1962), Klas Östergren (1955), Rami Shaaban (1975), Tove Lo (1987), Örjan Persson (1942), and Mercedes Mason (1982).

Among ATHLETES In Sweden

Among athletes born in Sweden, Eva Korpela ranks 126Before her are Henry Jonsson (1912), Hugo Wieslander (1889), Carolina Klüft (1983), Janne Stefansson (1935), Kurt Lundquist (1925), and Stefan Lövgren (1970). After her are Tomas Johansson (1962), Gert Blomé (1934), Ulrika Knape (1955), Olle Larsson (1928), Hanna Öberg (1995), and Anna Carin Zidek (1973).