Iolanda Balaș

1936 - 2016

Iolanda Balaș

Iolanda Balaș (Romanian pronunciation: [joˈlanda ˈbalaʃ], Hungarian: Balázs Jolán, later Balázs-Sőtér Jolán; 12 December 1936 – 11 March 2016) was a Romanian athlete, an Olympic champion and former world record holder in the high jump. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Iolanda Balaș has received more than 83,838 page views. Her biography is available in 32 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 18th most popular athlete.

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Among athletes, Iolanda Balaș ranks 19 out of 2,090Before her are Ray Ewry, Oscar Swahn, Dick Fosbury, Felix Baumgartner, Tamara Press, and Fanny Blankers-Koen. After her are Shizo Kanakuri, Hannes Kolehmainen, Sohn Kee-chung, Coroebus of Elis, Jānis Lūsis, and Egil Danielsen.

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Among people born in 1936, Iolanda Balaș ranks 76Before her are Petar Mladenov, Roy Emerson, Héctor Elizondo, Klaus Kinkel, Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, and Gianni Vattimo. After her are Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy, Don DeLillo, Moussa Traoré, Yury Luzhkov, Abdul Qadeer Khan, and J. Michael Bishop. Among people deceased in 2016, Iolanda Balaș ranks 84Before her are Ahmed Zewail, Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani, Thomas Luckmann, David Hamilton, Edward Albee, and Maria Teresa de Filippis. After her are Keith Emerson, Michel Butor, Garry Marshall, Claude Gensac, Peter Vaughan, and Henry Heimlich.

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In Romania

Among people born in Romania, Iolanda Balaș ranks 76 out of 421Before her are Petru Groza (1884), Corneliu Zelea Codreanu (1899), Dositej Obradović (1742), Nikolaus Lenau (1802), Brassaï (1899), and Fritz Klein (1888). After her are Serge Moscovici (1925), György Kurtág (1926), Farkas Bolyai (1775), Nicolae Iorga (1871), Arnold Hauser (1892), and Horia Sima (1907).