Heinz Kuttin

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Heinz Kuttin (born 5 January 1971) is an Austrian former ski jumper. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Heinz Kuttin has received more than 19,280 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Heinz Kuttin is the 237th most popular skier, the 925th most popular biography from Austria and the 39th most popular Austrian Skier.

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  • 48.43

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  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.59

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.97

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among skiers, Heinz Kuttin ranks 237 out of 540Before him are André Myhrer, Stina Nilsson, Jean-Luc Crétier, Tina Weirather, Hubert Strolz, and Anders Bardal. After him are Carlo Janka, Svetlana Nageykina, Hannu Manninen, Robert Kranjec, Mario Matt, and Martin Höllwarth.

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Among people born in 1971, Heinz Kuttin ranks 618Before him are Jim Butcher, Brooke Burke, Indrek Pertelson, Craig McCracken, Andrzej Piaseczny, and Luiz Carlos Guarnieri. After him are Sean Dyche, Carla Sacramento, Steven Lustü, Joel Casamayor, Derren Brown, and Màxim Huerta.

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In Austria

Among people born in Austria, Heinz Kuttin ranks 925 out of 1,075Before him are David Lama (1990), Stephanie Graf (1973), Oliver Marach (1980), Stefan Kraft (1993), Klaus Sulzenbacher (1965), and Hubert Strolz (1962). After him are Ludwig Paischer (1981), Virgil Widrich (1967), Mario Matt (1979), Martin Höllwarth (1974), René Aufhauser (1976), and Michael Walchhofer (1975).

Among SKIERS In Austria

Among skiers born in Austria, Heinz Kuttin ranks 39Before him are Renate Götschl (1975), Andreas Widhölzl (1976), Wolfgang Loitzl (1980), Stefan Kraft (1993), Klaus Sulzenbacher (1965), and Hubert Strolz (1962). After him are Mario Matt (1979), Martin Höllwarth (1974), Michael Walchhofer (1975), Sigrid Wolf (1964), Christian Hoffmann (1974), and Martin Koch (1982).