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Giuseppe Gentile

1943 - Today

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Giuseppe Gentile (born 4 September 1943) is a retired Italian triple jumper, who won a bronze medal at the 1968 Summer Olympics. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Giuseppe Gentile has received more than 26,048 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Giuseppe Gentile is the 433rd most popular athlete, the 3,302nd most popular biography from Italy and the 12th most popular Italian Athlete.

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Among athletes, Giuseppe Gentile ranks 433 out of 3,059Before him are Ted Meredith, Marlies Göhr, Irina Privalova, Albert Tyler, Nelson Prudêncio, and Jackie Joyner-Kersee. After him are František Janda-Suk, Sid Atkinson, Nino Bibbia, John Mikaelsson, Lewis Sheldon, and Miltiadis Gouskos.

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Among people born in 1943, Giuseppe Gentile ranks 402Before him are Harley Race, Christopher Priest, Janet Akyüz Mattei, Lucius Shepard, Giancarlo De Sisti, and Domenico Calcagno. After him are Gavin Bryars, Gennadi Sosonko, Boediono, Pim Doesburg, Peter Carey, and Harry Shearer.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Giuseppe Gentile ranks 3,302 out of 4,668Before him are Giancarlo De Sisti (1943), Carmelo Bene (1937), Virgilio Fossati (1891), Angelo de Gubernatis (1840), Domenico Calcagno (1943), and Piercarlo Ghinzani (1952). After him are Bruno Chizzo (1916), Elio Toaff (1915), Rudolph Schadow (1786), Maurizio Arena (1933), Nino Bibbia (1922), and Alessandro Antonelli (1798).

Among ATHLETES In Italy

Among athletes born in Italy, Giuseppe Gentile ranks 12Before him are Livio Berruti (1939), Ugo Frigerio (1901), Sara Simeoni (1953), Giulio Gaudini (1904), Carlo Airoldi (1869), and Carlo Agostoni (1909). After him are Nino Bibbia (1922), Raimondo D'Inzeo (1925), Gustavo Marzi (1908), Giancarlo Bergamini (1926), Ondina Valla (1916), and Gioacchino Guaragna (1908).