Gil Young-ah

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Gil Young-ah (born April 11, 1970 in Ansan, Gyeonggi-do) is a former female badminton player from South Korea.At the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, she won the bronze medal in the women's doubles together with Shim Eun-jung. Four years later, at the Atlanta Olympics, she won the gold medal in the mixed doubles together with Kim Dong-moon and the silver medal in the women's doubles together with Jang Hye-ock. Gil retired from badminton after the 1996 Olympics and became an assistant coach of the Samsung Electro-Mechanics badminton team. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Gil Young-ah has received more than 18,183 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Gil Young-ah is the 1,795th most popular athlete (down from 1,403rd in 2019), the 627th most popular biography from South Korea and the 13th most popular South Korean Athlete.

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Among athletes, Gil Young-ah ranks 1,795 out of 3,055Before her are Gete Wami, Chen Yueling, Tim Lobinger, Erik Lesser, Elana Meyer, and Soraya Jiménez. After her are Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie, Gella Vandecaveye, Yekaterina Volkova, Albina Akhatova, Steve Backley, and Tereza Marinova.

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Among people born in 1970, Gil Young-ah ranks 710Before her are Jan Michaelsen, Marlon James, Piet Norval, Arnold Wetl, Shinsuke Shiotani, and Phife Dawg. After her are Susan Egan, Jim Jackson, Doug Christie, Scarface, Per Frandsen, and Kara DioGuardi.

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In South Korea

Among people born in South Korea, Gil Young-ah ranks 627 out of 774Before her are Yeom Ki-hun (1983), Narsha (1981), Bobby (1995), Chung Hyeon (1996), Woo Hye-rim (1992), and Park Cho-a (1990). After her are N (1990), Kim Mi-jung (1971), Sim Kwon-ho (1972), Baek A-yeon (1993), Kim Hyung-jun (1987), and Kim Seung-yong (1985).

Among ATHLETES In South Korea

Among athletes born in South Korea, Gil Young-ah ranks 13Before her are Ku Bon-chan (1993), Jin Jong-oh (1979), Kim Woo-jin (1992), Song Dae-nam (1979), Im Dong-hyun (1986), and Chang Hye-jin (1987). After her are Jang Mi-ran (1983), Oh Jin-hyek (1981), An Baul (1994), Lee Dae-hoon (1992), Hwang Kyung-seon (1986), and Lim Su-jeong (1986).