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Farida Azizova

1995 - Today

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Farida Azizova (born 6 June 1995 in Qusar, Azerbaijan) is an Azerbaijani taekwondo practitioner. She competed in the 67 kg event at the 2012 Summer Olympics and was eliminated by Karine Sergerie in the preliminary round. She also competed in the 67 kg event at the 2016 Summer Olympics but lost the Bronze medal match. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Farida Azizova has received more than 20,725 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Farida Azizova is the 18,638th most popular politician, the 189th most popular biography from Azerbaijan and the 32nd most popular Azerbaijani Politician.

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  • 21k

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  • 20.41

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.96

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.86

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among politicians, Farida Azizova ranks 18,638 out of 15,577Before her are Marlène Harnois, Yankiel León, Daichi Hara, Paul Drux, Rebecca Long-Bailey, and Kang Chae-young. After her are Laura Flippes, Lina Khan, Erin Densham, Tatiana Grigorieva, Nicole Beukers, and Yampier Hernández.

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Among people born in 1995, Farida Azizova ranks 610Before her are Ben Davies, Anžejs Pasečņiks, Masato Sakai, Daniel Padilla, Madelen Janogy, and Paul Drux. After her are Gaël Andonian, Dina Asher-Smith, Ebenezer Ofori, Tara Sutaria, Quinn Shephard, and Diego.

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In Azerbaijan

Among people born in Azerbaijan, Farida Azizova ranks 189 out of 189Before her are Teymur Mammadov (1993), Orkhan Safarov (1991), David Ayrapetyan (1983), Nidjat Mamedov (1985), Emin Mahmudov (1992), and Nijat Rahimov (1993).

Among POLITICIANS In Azerbaijan

Among politicians born in Azerbaijan, Farida Azizova ranks 32Before her are Andrey Lugovoy (1966), Georgy Poltavchenko (1953), Jeyhun Bayramov (1973), Ganira Pashayeva (1975), Zafar Guliev (1972), and Orkhan Safarov (1991).