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Mamo Wolde

1932 - 2002

Mamo Wolde

Degaga "Mamo" Wolde ({lang-amh| ማሞ ወልዴ}}; 12 June 1932 – 26 May 2002) was an Ethiopian long distance runner who competed in track, cross-country, and road running events. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mamo Wolde has received more than 61,011 page views. His biography is available in 24 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 146th most popular athlete.

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  • 50.03

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  • 24

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 5.86

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.69

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Mamo Wolde ranks 147 out of 2,090Before him are Eugen Schmidt, Lucien Gaudin, Gerda van der Kade-Koudijs, Evangelos Damaskos, Reggie Walker, and Adhemar da Silva. After him are Yevgeny Grishin, Platt Adams, Eugenio Monti, Naim Süleymanoğlu, Erik Lundqvist, and Jorma Kinnunen.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1932, Mamo Wolde ranks 202Before him are Jean-Paul Rappeneau, King Hu, Eileen Brennan, John Glen, Arnold Wesker, and Joanna Chmielewska. After him are Patsy Cline, Hans van Manen, Henri Schwery, Atef Ebeid, Karen Demirchyan, and Alfred Worden. Among people deceased in 2002, Mamo Wolde ranks 126Before him are Nikolay Rukavishnikov, Eugene Odum, Justin Ahomadégbé-Tomêtin, Inge Morath, Gustaaf Deloor, and Xavier Montsalvatge. After him are Michel Henry, Lawrence Tierney, Branko Stanković, Yousuf Karsh, Herb Ritts, and Ted Williams.

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In Ethiopia

Among people born in Ethiopia, Mamo Wolde ranks 20 out of 60Before him are Ezana of Axum (325), Yohannes IV (1837), Mulatu Teshome (1955), Lij Iyasu of Ethiopia (1895), Haile Gebrselassie (1973), and Zara Yaqob (1399). After him are Gebre Mesqel Lalibela (1200), Dawit II (1496), Miruts Yifter (1944), Wilfred Thesiger (1910), Fasilides (1603), and Liya Kebede (1978).