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Lutz Dombrowski

1959 - Today

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Lutz Dombrowski (born 25 June 1959) is a former German track and field athlete and Olympic champion. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Lutz Dombrowski has received more than 33,970 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia. Lutz Dombrowski is the 1,383rd most popular athlete (down from 915th in 2019), the 4,881st most popular biography from Germany (down from 4,257th in 2019) and the 105th most popular German Athlete.

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Among athletes, Lutz Dombrowski ranks 1,383 out of 3,059Before him are Tullio Bozza, Charles Marion, Tadeusz Rut, Steinar Amundsen, Jan Kowalczyk, and Stefano Baldini. After him are Hector Dyer, Heinz Ulzheimer, Su Bingtian, Hayley Wickenheiser, Viktor Mamatov, and Radion Gataullin.

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Among people born in 1959, Lutz Dombrowski ranks 434Before him are Steve Strange, Mike van Diem, Todd Solondz, José Luis Ábalos, Andrzej Buncol, and Shivraj Singh Chouhan. After him are Andrew Morton, Shohreh, Charles M. Lieber, John Allen Nelson, Geoff Tate, and Boman Irani.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Lutz Dombrowski ranks 4,881 out of 6,142Before him are Jens Spahn (1980), Barbara Petzold (1955), Maria Furtwängler (1966), Beatrix von Storch (1971), Moon Ga-young (1996), and Henry Maske (1964). After him are Heinz Ulzheimer (1925), Christoph Brüx (1965), Willi Koslowski (1937), Anni Friesinger-Postma (1977), Herbert Fandel (1964), and Bernd Dürnberger (1953).

Among ATHLETES In Germany

Among athletes born in Germany, Lutz Dombrowski ranks 105Before him are Evelin Jahl (1956), Sven Fischer (1971), Georg Hackl (1966), Hartwig Gauder (1954), Sabine Busch (1962), and Siegrun Siegl (1954). After him are Heinz Ulzheimer (1925), Jürgen Hingsen (1958), Franz Keller (1945), Otto Fickeisen (1879), Rita Kühne (1947), and Claudia Losch (1960).