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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 11,251 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Eva Korpela is the 1,418th most popular athlete, the 1,040th most popular biography from Sweden and the 91st most popular Swedish Athlete.

Memorability Metrics

  • 11k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 40.21

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 6.79

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.33

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among athletes, Eva Korpela ranks 1,418 out of 3,059Before her are Anna-Maria Müller, Carla Bodendorf, Foy Draper, Alberto Demiddi, Torben Grael, and Inge Helten. After her are Yevgeni Mayorov, Bjørn Paulson, Harald Norpoth, Nikolai Sologubov, Jim Ryun, and Larry Black.

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Among people born in 1958, Eva Korpela ranks 440Before her are Dmitry Petrov, Dario Franceschini, Maurice LaMarche, Meredith Brooks, Roberto López Ufarte, and Magnus Lindberg. After her are Patricia Espinosa, Ned Luke, Anita Skorgan, Yuval Steinitz, Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón, and Andris Šķēle.

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In Sweden

Among people born in Sweden, Eva Korpela ranks 1,040 out of 1,612Before her are José González (1978), Tomas Johansson (1962), Jesper Blomqvist (1974), Nina Stemme (1963), Frank Andersson (1956), and Lotta Engberg (1963). After her are Andreas Palicka (1986), John Guidetti (1992), Anita Skorgan (1958), Stefan Pettersson (1963), Magnus Andersson (1966), and Dejan Kulusevski (2000).

Among ATHLETES In Sweden

Among athletes born in Sweden, Eva Korpela ranks 91Before her are Gustaf Rosenquist (1887), Tore Eriksson (1937), Bengt Nilsson (1934), Carolina Klüft (1983), Ragnar Lundberg (1924), and Tomas Johansson (1962). After her are Hanna Öberg (1995), Karl Johan Svensson (1887), Stefan Lövgren (1970), Ulrika Knape (1955), Anette Norberg (1966), and Anna Carin Zidek (1973).