Hwang Young-cho

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Hwang Young-cho (born 22 March 1970) is a former South Korean athlete, winner of the marathon race at the 1992 Summer Olympics and 1994 Asian Games. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Hwang Young-cho has received more than 51,661 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia. Hwang Young-cho is the 2,126th most popular athlete (down from 1,536th in 2019), the 484th most popular biography from South Korea (down from 413th in 2019) and the 2nd most popular South Korean Athlete.

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  • 2.19

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)


Among athletes, Hwang Young-cho ranks 2,126 out of 6,025Before him are Uroš Marović, Andreas Kunz, Manfred Klein, Volker Fischer, Toimi Pitkänen, and Brigitte Ahrenholz. After him are Imre Farkas, Stefan Lövgren, Igor Nikulin, Marie-Louise Linssen-Vaessen, Lisa Vittozzi, and Jānis Ķipurs.

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Among people born in 1970, Hwang Young-cho ranks 402Before him are Raekwon, Nicole de Boer, Erik Dekker, Roope Latvala, Khalil Al Ghamdi, and Fanny Cadeo. After him are Stefan Lövgren, Deborah Compagnoni, Marine Delterme, Djamel Haimoudi, Yutaka Akita, and Koji Noguchi.

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In South Korea

Among people born in South Korea, Hwang Young-cho ranks 484 out of 1,128Before him are Choi Soo-young (1990), Lee Sung-min (1986), Kwon Eun-bi (1995), Eunhyuk (1986), Jeon So-min (1986), and Jang Won-young (2004). After him are Sunmi (1992), Uhm Ji-won (1977), Yong Jun-hyung (1989), Lee Joon (1988), Hahm Eun-jung (1988), and Park Joo-bong (1964).

Among ATHLETES In South Korea

Among athletes born in South Korea, Hwang Young-cho ranks 2Before him are Nam Sung-yong (1912). After him are Viktor An (1985), Kim Young-ho (1971), Shin Joon-sup (1963), Kim Ki-hoon (1967), Jin Jong-oh (1979), Kim Soo-nyung (1971), Dong Hyun Kim (1981), Gil Young-ah (1970), Jang Mi-ran (1983), and Im Dong-hyun (1986).