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Lyubov Bruletova

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Lyubov Aleksandrovna Bruletova (Russian: Любовь Александровна Брулетова; born September 17, 1973) is a Russian judoka. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Lyubov Bruletova has received more than 8,802 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Lyubov Bruletova is the 2,903rd most popular athlete, the 2,893rd most popular biography from Russia and the 222nd most popular Athlete.

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  • 27.64

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  • 15

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  • 3.70

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  • 2.29

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Lyubov Bruletova ranks 2,903 out of 3,059Before her are Kevin Martin, Chioma Ajunwa, Joe Greene, Alonso Edward, Mariama Jamanka, and María Espinoza. After her are Daimí Pernía, Damir Burić, Junko Asari, Shaunae Miller-Uibo, Niccolò Campriani, and Giulia Quintavalle.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1973, Lyubov Bruletova ranks 878Before her are Demetri Martin, Shanice, Ichizo Nakata, Niclas Hävelid, Matthew Quick, and Lee Westwood. After her are Marissa Jaret Winokur, Peter Lindgren, Noriaki Asakura, Yusaku Ueno, Gretchen Wilson, and Jennifer Crystal Foley.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Lyubov Bruletova ranks 2,893 out of 3,262Before her are Maria Borodakova (1986), Sasha Kaun (1985), Varteres Samurgashev (1976), Nazyr Mankiev (1985), Denis Dmitriev (1986), and Aleksey Frosin (1978). After her are Anna Pogorilaya (1998), Vladimir Maminov (1974), Stanislav Kritsyuk (1990), Evgeny Kuznetsov (1992), Mikhail Aleshin (1987), and Irina Osipova (1981).

Among ATHLETES In Russia

Among athletes born in Russia, Lyubov Bruletova ranks 222Before her are Nataliya Tobias (1980), Evgeny Kuznetsov (1990), Sebastian Bayer (1986), Dimitri Peters (1984), Ivan Tcherezov (1980), and Maria Borodakova (1986). After her are Olga Brusnikina (1978), Alexei Aidarov (1974), Yevgeniya Polyakova (1983), Sergey Semenov (1995), Anna Frolina (1984), and Larisa Ilchenko (1988).