Indrek Pertelson

1971 - Today

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Indrek Pertelson (born 21 April 1971) is an Estonian judoka. At the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics he won bronze medals in the men's Heavyweight (+100 kg) category. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Indrek Pertelson has received more than 14,205 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Indrek Pertelson is the 337th most popular wrestler (down from 233rd in 2019), the 199th most popular biography from Estonia (down from 147th in 2019) and the 8th most popular Estonian Wrestler.

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  • 14k

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  • 48.52

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 17

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 6.49

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.62

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among wrestlers, Indrek Pertelson ranks 337 out of 703Before him are Artur Aleksanyan, Aurélio Miguel, Chuck Palumbo, Bayley, Kairi Sane, and The Sandman. After him are Almudena Muñoz, Isabel Fernández, Kia Stevens, Mark Huizinga, Kisenosato Yutaka, and Rıza Kayaalp.

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Among people born in 1971, Indrek Pertelson ranks 614Before him are Eric Garcetti, Andrea Sartoretti, Gita Gopinath, Friderika Bayer, Jim Butcher, and Brooke Burke. After him are Craig McCracken, Andrzej Piaseczny, Luiz Carlos Guarnieri, Heinz Kuttin, Sean Dyche, and Carla Sacramento.

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In Estonia

Among people born in Estonia, Indrek Pertelson ranks 199 out of 276Before him are Jaak Mae (1972), Konstantin Vassiljev (1984), Urmas Reinsalu (1975), Marko Kristal (1973), Indrek Zelinski (1974), and Allar Levandi (1965). After him are Martin Müürsepp (1974), Toomas Tõniste (1967), Sven Mikser (1973), Rein Taaramäe (1987), Tanel Kangert (1987), and Katrin Siska (1983).

Among WRESTLERS In Estonia

Among wrestlers born in Estonia, Indrek Pertelson ranks 8Before him are Eduard Pütsep (1898), Martin Klein (1884), Kristjan Palusalu (1908), Johannes Kotkas (1915), Voldemar Väli (1903), and Osvald Käpp (1905). After him are Heiki Nabi (1985).