Jens Eriksen

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Jens Dyrløv Eriksen (born 30 December 1969) is a badminton player from Denmark. He competed in four consecutive Olympic Games from 1996 to 2008, and won a mixed doubles bronze medal in 2004 partnered with Mette Schjoldager. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jens Eriksen has received more than 18,921 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Jens Eriksen is the 28th most popular badminton player, the 684th most popular biography from Denmark and the 4th most popular Danish Badminton Player.

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Among badminton players, Jens Eriksen ranks 28 out of 81Before him are Hendra Setiawan, Tony Gunawan, Rashid Sidek, Cai Yun, Ardy Wiranata, and Jung Jae-sung. After him are Chen Long, Markis Kido, Liliyana Natsir, Bang Soo-hyun, P. V. Sindhu, and Nozomi Okuhara.

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Among people born in 1969, Jens Eriksen ranks 781Before him are Seiichi Negishi, Yuji Kakiuchi, Anniken Huitfeldt, Claudia Amengual, Viktor Maigourov, and Jon Olsen. After him are Takuma Koga, Masahiko Nakagawa, Adrian Carmack, Cathy Dennis, Ippei Watanabe, and Denis McDonough.

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Among people born in Denmark, Jens Eriksen ranks 684 out of 783Before him are Jacob Bruun Larsen (1998), Anders Eggert (1982), Lise Rønne (1978), Per Frandsen (1970), Riza Durmisi (1994), and Pernille Blume (1994). After him are Frederik Rønnow (1992), Morten Olsen (1984), Lasse Vibe (1987), Mads Mensah Larsen (1991), Lasse Norman Hansen (1992), and Rikke Møller Pedersen (1989).


Among badminton players born in Denmark, Jens Eriksen ranks 4Before him are Peter Gade (1976), Camilla Martin (1974), and Viktor Axelsen (1994). After him are Carsten Mogensen (1983), Joachim Fischer Nielsen (1978), Kamilla Rytter Juhl (1983), Christinna Pedersen (1986), Mette Schjoldager (1977), and Mathias Boe (1980).