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Iban Mayo

1977 - Today

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Iban Mayo Diez (born August 19, 1977, in Igorre, Basque Country, Spain) is a former professional road bicycle racer. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Iban Mayo has received more than 48,935 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Iban Mayo is the 339th most popular cyclist (down from 277th in 2019), the 1,705th most popular biography from Spain (down from 1,345th in 2019) and the 28th most popular Spanish Cyclist.

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  • 49k

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  • 52.95

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 19

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 5.70

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.86

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among CYCLISTS

Among cyclists, Iban Mayo ranks 339 out of 1,212Before him are Stefano Garzelli, Raúl Alcalá, Michał Kwiatkowski, Ivan Gotti, Yaroslav Popovych, and Ryder Hesjedal. After him are Wout van Aert, Luc Leblanc, Marco Giovannetti, Alexander Kristoff, Frank Hoste, and Fabio Baldato.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1977, Iban Mayo ranks 254Before him are Marian Kotleba, Sascha Gerstner, Graeme Dott, Fedde Le Grand, Clemerson de Araújo Soares, and Alborosie. After him are Amber Benson, Johann Urb, Jon Abrahams, Atsushi Yanagisawa, John Oliver, and Sin Cara.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Iban Mayo ranks 1,705 out of 2,595Before him are Isabel Díaz Ayuso (1978), Santiago Abascal (1976), Joan Carreras i Goicoechea (1962), Sergio Casal (1962), Salva Ballesta (1975), and Francisco Rufete (1976). After him are Nicolás Almagro (1985), Brahim Díaz (1999), David Trueba (1969), Paco Jémez (1970), Pablo Laso (1967), and Daniel Plaza (1966).

Among CYCLISTS In Spain

Among cyclists born in Spain, Iban Mayo ranks 28Before him are Óscar Freire (1976), Joaquim Rodríguez (1979), Roberto Heras (1974), Fernando Escartín (1968), Samuel Sánchez (1978), and Mikel Landa (1989). After him are Francisco Mancebo (1976), Álvaro Pino (1956), Isaac Gálvez (1975), Juan José Cobo (1981), Luis León Sánchez (1983), and Melcior Mauri (1966).