Janica Kostelić

1982 - Today

Janica Kostelić

Janica Kostelić (Croatian pronunciation: [janitsa kǒstelitɕ]; born 5 January 1982) is a former World Cup alpine ski racer and four-time Olympic gold medalist from Croatia. In addition to the Olympics, she won five gold medals at the World Championships. In World Cup competition, she won thirty individual races, three overall titles, three slalom titles, and four (unofficial) combined titles. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Janica Kostelić has received more than 161,766 page views. Her biography is available in 38 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 57th most popular skier.

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Among skiers, Janica Kostelić ranks 57 out of 362Before her are Gunde Svan, Jan Boklöv, Lina Cheryazova, Assar Rönnlund, Othmar Schneider, and Tina Maze. After her are Chiharu Igaya, Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi, Christl Haas, Rosi Mittermaier, Piero Gros, and Therese Johaug.

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Among people born in 1982, Janica Kostelić ranks 85Before her are Beto, Buakaw Banchamek, Dan Stevens, Chyler Leigh, Angel Dark, and André Greipel. After her are Kevin Kurányi, Nicolas Mahut, Mark Salling, Timo Glock, Kristin Kreuk, and Ha Seok-jin.

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In Croatia

Among people born in Croatia, Janica Kostelić ranks 180 out of 376Before her are Emir Spahić (1980), Neven Mimica (1953), Vjenceslav Novak (1859), Dario Šimić (1975), Zvonimir Soldo (1967), and Ante Rebić (1993). After her are Ivano Balić (1979), Vesna Pusić (1953), Igor Tudor (1978), Dražen Ladić (1963), Ivica Kostelić (1979), and Milan Rapaić (1973).

Among SKIERS In Croatia

Among skiers born in Croatia, Janica Kostelić ranks 1After her are Ivica Kostelić (1979) and Natko Zrnčić-Dim (1986).