ATHLETE

Heikki Ikola

1947 - Today

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Heikki Johannes Ikola (born 9 September 1947) is a Finnish former biathlete. Together with his countryman Juhani Suutarinen he became dominant in the 1970s and the early 1980s. In 1975 he became double world champion in both the 20 km and the relay. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Heikki Ikola has received more than 18,220 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Heikki Ikola is the 2,048th most popular athlete, the 443rd most popular biography from Finland and the 82nd most popular Finnish Athlete.

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  • 2.78

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Heikki Ikola ranks 2,048 out of 6,025Before him are Maria Ștefan, Janne Stefansson, István Szívós, Miguel Seijas, Péter Baczakó, and Maureen Caird. After him are Paula Radcliffe, Gillian Sheen, Félix Sánchez, Yuriy Tyukalov, Milt Campbell, and Anders Peter Nielsen.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1947, Heikki Ikola ranks 769Before him are Jim Ryun, Charlie Hickcox, Ivan Zafirov, Alexander Gusev, Wings Hauser, and Gerardo Vera. After him are Keone Young, Archie Gemmill, Reno Olsen, Christian Pollas, Sándor Erdős, and Tom Carper.

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In Finland

Among people born in Finland, Heikki Ikola ranks 443 out of 751Before him are Jasper Pääkkönen (1980), Kari Hotakainen (1957), Petri Pasanen (1980), Kaisa Mäkäräinen (1983), Voitto Hellsten (1932), and Saku Koivu (1974). After him are Kalevi Oikarainen (1936), Riikka Purra (1977), Seppo Räty (1962), Käärijä (1993), Roope Latvala (1970), and Toimi Pitkänen (1928).

Among ATHLETES In Finland

Among athletes born in Finland, Heikki Ikola ranks 82Before him are Kalevi Hämäläinen (1932), Kalle Jalkanen (1907), Harry Siljander (1922), Arto Bryggare (1958), Kaisa Mäkäräinen (1983), and Voitto Hellsten (1932). After him are Kalevi Oikarainen (1936), Seppo Räty (1962), Toimi Pitkänen (1928), Hannu Siitonen (1949), Juha Tiainen (1955), and Arto Härkönen (1959).