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Fatima Yusuf

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Fatima Yusuf-Olukoju (born 2 May 1971 in Owo, Ondo) is a retired Nigerian athlete, who competed mainly in the 400 metres during her career. She won 400 metres race in the 1991 All-Africa Games and was second in the 200 metres race. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Fatima Yusuf has received more than 22,080 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Fatima Yusuf is the 3,394th most popular athlete, the 165th most popular biography from Nigeria and the 11th most popular Nigerian Athlete.

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  • 22k

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  • 24.44

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.19

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.24

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among athletes, Fatima Yusuf ranks 3,394 out of 3,059Before her are Tim Harden, Charity Opara, Lee Sung-jin, Evi Van Acker, Automne Pavia, and Ikhtiyor Navruzov. After her are Gelete Burka, Yaime Pérez, Alla Vazhenina, Sascha Klein, Peter Svoboda, and Mark McMorris.

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Among people born in 1971, Fatima Yusuf ranks 925Before her are Deuce, Takashi Onishi, Hiroyoshi Kuwabara, Scott Booth, Robert Gibbs, and Dai Sato. After her are Yuji Nariyama, Paulinho, Masato Otake, Peter Billingsley, Takashi Shoji, and Daniel Hannan.

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In Nigeria

Among people born in Nigeria, Fatima Yusuf ranks 165 out of 236Before her are Stephen Sunday (1988), Michael Babatunde (1992), Pius Ikedia (1980), Samuel Kalu (1997), Bartholomew Ogbeche (1984), and Charity Opara (1972). After her are Onyekachi Apam (1986), Isaac Success (1996), Derick Ogbu (1990), Dele Adeleye (1988), Emeka Ezeugo (1965), and Clement Chukwu (1973).

Among ATHLETES In Nigeria

Among athletes born in Nigeria, Fatima Yusuf ranks 11Before her are Sunday Bada (1969), Deji Aliu (1975), Gloria Kemasuode (1979), Blessing Okagbare (1988), Mary Onyali-Omagbemi (1968), and Charity Opara (1972). After her are Clement Chukwu (1973), Uchenna Emedolu (1976), James Godday (1984), Samuel Francis (1987), Halimat Ismaila (1984), and Ene Franca Idoko (1985).