Guillaume Gille

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Guillaume Alain Gille (born 12 July 1976) is a retired French handballer and current coach of the French national team.He was the winner of the gold medal at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics and is the older brother of Bertrand Gille. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Guillaume Gille has received more than 30,737 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Guillaume Gille is the 85th most popular handball player (up from 96th in 2019), the 4,603rd most popular biography from France (down from 3,854th in 2019) and the 5th most popular French Handball Player.

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Among handball players, Guillaume Gille ranks 85 out of 305Before him are Estavana Polman, Lene Rantala, Blaženko Lacković, Eduard Koksharov, László Nagy, and Niklas Landin Jacobsen. After him are Julen Aguinagalde, Alberto Entrerríos, Bjarte Myrhol, Kari Aalvik Grimsbø, Valter Matošević, and Stine Bredal Oftedal.

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Among people born in 1976, Guillaume Gille ranks 535Before him are Zdeno Štrba, Kjell Carlström, Stanislav Vlček, Brandon Boyd, Lavinia Miloșovici, and Susan Ward. After him are Pavel Mareš, Adel Chedli, Neil Jackson, Alberto Entrerríos, Andreas Klier, and María Adánez.

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In France

Among people born in France, Guillaume Gille ranks 4,603 out of 5,234Before him are Malik Zidi (1975), Pierre Niney (1989), Aravane Rezaï (1987), Adlène Guedioura (1985), Pierre-Hugues Herbert (1991), and Bilal Hassani (1999). After him are Nabil Ghilas (1990), David Zurutuza (1986), Adel Chedli (1976), Ricardo Faty (1986), Yohann Pelé (1982), and Nabil Bentaleb (1994).


Among handball players born in France, Guillaume Gille ranks 5Before him are Thierry Omeyer (1976), Luc Abalo (1984), Jérôme Fernandez (1977), and Bertrand Gille (1978). After him are Michaël Guigou (1982), Luka Karabatic (1988), Amandine Leynaud (1986), Kentin Mahé (1991), Vincent Gérard (1986), William Accambray (1988), and Allison Pineau (1989).