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Gina Gogean

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Gina Elena Gogean (born 9 September 1977) is a retired artistic gymnast from Romania who competed internationally in the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s. During her career she won an impressive number of 30 medals at Olympic Games, world championships or continental championships. Her best events were the floor exercise (three-time world champion), the vault (two-time world champion) and the balance beam (1997 world champion). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Gina Gogean has received more than 141,936 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Gina Gogean is the 191st most popular gymnast (down from 123rd in 2019), the 592nd most popular biography from Romania (down from 544th in 2019) and the 17th most popular Romanian Gymnast.

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Among gymnasts, Gina Gogean ranks 191 out of 183Before her are Dimosthenis Tampakos, Aurelia Dobre, Lu Li, Igors Vihrovs, Nikita Nagornyy, and Cristina Elena Grigoraș. After her are Zou Kai, Arthur Zanetti, Nastia Liukin, Igor Cassina, Viktoria Komova, and Leszek Blanik.

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Among people born in 1978, Gina Gogean ranks 765Before her are Jorge Martín Núñez, Franck Atsou, Antonio Colom, Ebrahim Mirzapour, Soha Ali Khan, and Qin Dongya. After her are Tomáš Kaberle, Alexander Östlund, Stefan Nimke, Teruaki Kurobe, Franky Zapata, and Věra Pospíšilová-Cechlová.

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In Romania

Among people born in Romania, Gina Gogean ranks 592 out of 665Before her are Ovidiu Burcă (1980), Cristina Elena Grigoraș (1966), Vlad Miriță (1981), Ionela Târlea (1976), Andreea Bălan (1984), and Lucian Bute (1980). After her are Andrei Prepeliță (1985), Răzvan Marin (1996), Lucian Marinescu (1972), Ovidiu Petre (1982), Daniela Costian (1965), and Ester Peony (1993).

Among GYMNASTS In Romania

Among gymnasts born in Romania, Gina Gogean ranks 17Before her are Marian Drăgulescu (1980), Marius Urzică (1975), Gabriela Potorac (1973), Sandra Izbașa (1990), Aurelia Dobre (1972), and Cristina Elena Grigoraș (1966). After her are Claudia Presăcan (1979), Maria Olaru (1982), Larisa Iordache (1996), Monica Roșu (1987), Oana Ban (1986), and Diana Bulimar (1995).