Mbulaeni Mulaudzi

1980 - 2014

Mbulaeni Mulaudzi

Mbulaeni Tongai Mulaudzi (8 September 1980 – 24 October 2014) was a South African middle distance runner, and the 2009 world champion in the men's 800 metres. His first global medal was a silver at the 2000 African Championships in Athletics. He later won a bronze at the 2003 World Championships in Athletics, which came a year after his victory at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mbulaeni Mulaudzi has received more than 36,747 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 1,284th most popular athlete.

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Among athletes, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi ranks 1,315 out of 2,090Before him are Éva Tófalvi, Ann Kristin Flatland, Florence Baverel-Robert, André Lange, Ariane Friedrich, and Martina Beck. After him are Paraskevi Papachristou, Eunice Kirwa, Scott Moir, Habiba Ghribi, Ioamnet Quintero, and Anastasia Kelesidou.

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Among people born in 1980, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi ranks 592Before him are Sandro Cardoso dos Santos, Alexander Petersson, Fabrice Jeannet, Riki, Danny O'Donoghue, and Gianpaolo Bellini. After him are Mehdi Abid Charef, Luke Macfarlane, Cai Yun, Joachim Standfest, Mike Miller, and Boštjan Nachbar. Among people deceased in 2014, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi ranks 380Before him are Vugar Gashimov, Skye McCole Bartusiak, Albert Ebossé Bodjongo, Sam Lacey, Kwon Ri-se, and Peaches Geldof. After him are Yago Lamela, Christine Cavanaugh, Jan Hooks, Steven Sotloff, Elena Baltacha, and Man Haron Monis.

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In South Africa

Among people born in South Africa, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi ranks 167 out of 220Before him are Jonathan Liebesman (1976), Quinton Fortune (1977), Kandyse McClure (1980), Siyabonga Nomvethe (1977), Cameron van der Burgh (1988), and Hestrie Cloete (1978). After him are Jeff Coetzee (1977), Matthew Ebden (1987), Wesley Moodie (1979), Louis Meintjes (1992), Chanelle Scheepers (1984), and Lance Davids (1985).

Among ATHLETES In South Africa

Among athletes born in South Africa, Mbulaeni Mulaudzi ranks 10Before him are Oscar Pistorius (1986), Caster Semenya (1991), Wayde van Niekerk (1992), Zola Budd (1966), Josia Thugwane (1971), and Hestrie Cloete (1978). After him are Elana Meyer (1966), Luvo Manyonga (null), Sunette Viljoen (1983), L. J. van Zyl (1985), and Anaso Jobodwana (1992).