FENCER

Loredana Dinu

1984 - Today

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Loredana Dinu (born Iordăchioiu; born 2 April 1984) is a retired Romanian épée fencer, twice World champion and twice European champion with Romania. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Loredana Dinu has received more than 14,953 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Loredana Dinu is the 124th most popular fencer (down from 106th in 2019), the 550th most popular biography from Romania (down from 418th in 2019) and the 6th most popular Romanian Fencer.

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  • 16

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  • 6.81

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  • 1.50

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among FENCERS

Among fencers, Loredana Dinu ranks 124 out of 174Before her are Brice Guyart, Diego Occhiuzzi, Timur Safin, Nam Hyun-hee, Áron Szilágyi, and Erwann Le Péchoux. After her are Li Na, Tatiana Logunova, Yannick Borel, Gábor Boczkó, Jörg Fiedler, and Yuki Ota.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1984, Loredana Dinu ranks 878Before her are Matteo Montaguti, Arkady Vyatchanin, Sergio Gadea, Boniek García, Armando Lozano, and Mihkel Aksalu. After her are Giovanni Marchese, Adrian Gaxha, Lena Waithe, Barun Sobti, Carlo Molfetta, and Mike Day.

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In Romania

Among people born in Romania, Loredana Dinu ranks 550 out of 572Before her are Ilinca Băcilă (1998), Gina Gogean (1978), Marius Alexe (1990), Florin Gardoș (1988), Marius Copil (1990), and Alexandru Bourceanu (1985). After her are Alexandra Cadanțu (1990), Gheorghe Grozav (1990), Costin Lazăr (1981), Larisa Iordache (1996), Corina Căprioriu (1986), and Simona Gherman (1985).

Among FENCERS In Romania

Among fencers born in Romania, Loredana Dinu ranks 6Before her are Endre Kabos (1906), Olga Szabó-Orbán (1938), Laura Badea-Cârlescu (1970), Ana Maria Popescu (1984), and Mihai Covaliu (1977). After her are Simona Gherman (1985) and Simona Pop (1988).