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Joe Earl

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Athol John "Joe" Earl (born 1 October 1952) is a former New Zealand rower who won two Olympic medals. Earl was born in 1952 in Christchurch and grew up on a farm in Hawarden in North Canterbury. He received his education at St. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Joe Earl has received more than 9,553 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Joe Earl is the 2,128th most popular athlete, the 143rd most popular biography from New Zealand and the 11th most popular New Zealander Athlete.

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  • 15

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  • 1.91

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Among athletes, Joe Earl ranks 2,128 out of 3,059Before him are Ilya Ilyin, Sebastian Samuelsson, Salvatore Antibo, Eduard Hämäläinen, Adam Nelson, and Anne Henning. After him are Arnd Peiffer, Jang Mi-ran, Felix Gottwald, Donald Thomas, Hadi Saei, and Richard Chelimo.

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Among people born in 1952, Joe Earl ranks 652Before him are Ray Sharkey, Viv Richards, Tatyana Goyshchik, Kage Baker, Raman Singh, and Garry Chalk. After him are Bill Kristol, Jim Wetherbee, Peter Tatchell, Jacqueline Barton, Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, and Bill Frist.

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In New Zealand

Among people born in New Zealand, Joe Earl ranks 143 out of 248Before him are Thomasin McKenzie (2000), Norman Kirk (1923), Richie McCaw (1980), Archie Thompson (1978), Bill Rowling (1927), and Ivan Vicelich (1976). After him are Grant Bowler (1968), Rose McIver (1988), Anna Hutchison (1986), Ian Ferguson (1953), Steven Adams (1993), and Ruth Park (1917).

Among ATHLETES In New Zealand

Among athletes born in New Zealand, Joe Earl ranks 11Before him are Murray Halberg (1933), John Walker (1952), Laurel Hubbard (1978), Dudley Storey (1939), Mark Todd (1956), and Valerie Adams (1984). After him are Simon Dickie (1951), Bevan Docherty (1977), Eric Verdonk (1959), Lorraine Moller (1955), Barbara Kendall (1967), and Hamish Carter (1971).