Julius Kariuki

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Julius Kariuki (born June 12, 1961) was the winner of the 3,000 m steeplechase at the 1988 Summer Olympics. Born in Nyahururu, Kenya, Kariuki's athletic career started slowly. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Julius Kariuki has received more than 14,420 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Julius Kariuki is the 1,133rd most popular athlete (down from 802nd in 2019), the 34th most popular biography from Kenya (down from 31st in 2019) and the 13th most popular Kenyan Athlete.

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Among athletes, Julius Kariuki ranks 1,133 out of 3,055Before him are Peter Angerer, Jaouad Gharib, Neroli Fairhall, Sergei Mylnikov, Jasna Šekarić, and Dafne Schippers. After him are Andrey Perlov, Ruth Beitia, Svetla Otsetova, Lillian Board, Ricco Groß, and Armin Zöggeler.

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Among people born in 1961, Julius Kariuki ranks 488Before him are D. B. Sweeney, Maxi Priest, Gary Brabham, Byron Scott, Martin Clunes, and Sharon Lawrence. After him are Ann Cusack, Steve Oedekerk, Andrey Perlov, Amina J. Mohammed, Alain Casanova, and Hervé Morin.

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In Kenya

Among people born in Kenya, Julius Kariuki ranks 34 out of 121Before him are Julius Sang (1946), John Njue (1944), John Ngugi (1962), Catherine Ndereba (1972), Dennis Kipruto Kimetto (1984), and McDonald Mariga (1987). After him are Noah Ngeny (1978), Daniel Komen (1976), Moses Kiptanui (1970), Douglas Wakiihuri (1963), Gurinder Chadha (1960), and David Rudisha (1988).

Among ATHLETES In Kenya

Among athletes born in Kenya, Julius Kariuki ranks 13Before him are Paul Tergat (1969), Charles Asati (1946), Julius Sang (1946), John Ngugi (1962), Catherine Ndereba (1972), and Dennis Kipruto Kimetto (1984). After him are Noah Ngeny (1978), Daniel Komen (1976), Moses Kiptanui (1970), Douglas Wakiihuri (1963), David Rudisha (1988), and William Tanui (1964).