CYCLIST

Fernando Escartín

1968 - Today

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Fernando Escartín Coti (born 24 January 1968) is a Spanish former road racing cyclist. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Fernando Escartín has received more than 34,370 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 19 in 2019). Fernando Escartín is the 278th most popular cyclist (down from 236th in 2019), the 1,591st most popular biography from Spain (down from 1,279th in 2019) and the 25th most popular Spanish Cyclist.

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  • 55.07

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  • 20

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  • 4.32

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.22

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among CYCLISTS

Among cyclists, Fernando Escartín ranks 278 out of 1,212Before him are Joaquim Rodríguez, Bernt Johansson, Roberto Heras, Michele Bartoli, Jürgen Kissner, and Levi Leipheimer. After him are Charles Schlee, Phil Anderson, Tony Martin, Serhiy Honchar, Lionel Cox, and André Greipel.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1968, Fernando Escartín ranks 289Before him are Rakim, James Allison, Akihiko Hoshide, Brad Wilk, Arvind Kejriwal, and Clovis Cornillac. After him are Bertrand Bonello, John Ajvide Lindqvist, John Kocinski, Chad Stahelski, Slaviša Jokanović, and Stephan Beckenbauer.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Fernando Escartín ranks 1,591 out of 2,595Before him are Roberto Heras (1974), Julio Alberto Moreno (1958), Blanca Portillo (1963), Loyola de Palacio (1950), Munir El Haddadi (1995), and Juanfran (1976). After him are Sergio (1976), Enrique Saura (1954), Pepe Mel (1963), Sergio Rico (1993), Saúl Ñíguez (1994), and Koldo (1970).

Among CYCLISTS In Spain

Among cyclists born in Spain, Fernando Escartín ranks 25Before him are Joseba Beloki (1973), Óscar Pereiro (1977), Marino Lejarreta (1957), Óscar Freire (1976), Joaquim Rodríguez (1979), and Roberto Heras (1974). After him are Samuel Sánchez (1978), Mikel Landa (1989), Iban Mayo (1977), Francisco Mancebo (1976), Álvaro Pino (1956), and Isaac Gálvez (1975).