Fritz Fischer

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Friedrich "Fritz" Fischer (born 22 September 1956) is a former biathlete from Germany. He won a gold medal with Germany in the 4 × 7.5 km relay in the 1992 Winter Olympics. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Fritz Fischer has received more than 217,302 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Fritz Fischer is the 1,191st most popular athlete, the 4,516th most popular biography from Germany and the 101st most popular German Athlete.

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Among athletes, Fritz Fischer ranks 1,191 out of 3,055Before him are Nesta Carter, Yvonne van Gennip, Mohammed Mourhit, Dwight Stones, Allen Johnson, and Charles Austin. After him are Hayley Wickenheiser, John Powell, Udham Singh, Willie Applegarth, Anita Włodarczyk, and Gabriella Dorio.

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Among people born in 1956, Fritz Fischer ranks 497Before him are Peter Reid, Patricia Kalember, Rüdiger Helm, Paramanga Ernest Yonli, Jean-François Lamour, and Robby Benson. After him are Shashi Tharoor, John Naber, Jane Rosenthal, Claudio Rodriguez Fer, Arleen Sorkin, and Teena Marie.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Fritz Fischer ranks 4,516 out of 5,289Before him are Alexander Dobrindt (1970), Michael Schulz (1961), Guildo Horn (1963), Otto Addo (1975), Nico Schulz (1993), and Julia Franck (1970). After him are Cress Williams (1970), Bogna Koreng (1965), Sabine Lisicki (1989), Serdar Tasci (1987), Masashi Hamauzu (1971), and Jörg Woithe (1963).

Among ATHLETES In Germany

Among athletes born in Germany, Fritz Fischer ranks 101Before him are Margit Schumann (1952), Ilke Wyludda (1969), Ramona Neubert (1958), Katrin Dörre-Heinig (1961), Ronald Weigel (1959), and Rüdiger Helm (1956). After him are Andrea Henkel (1977), Michael Greis (1976), Laura Dahlmeier (1993), Frank-Peter Roetsch (1964), Ralf Schumann (1962), and Christian Schenk (1965).