BADMINTON PLAYER

Miyuki Maeda

1985 - Today

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Miyuki Maeda (前田 美順, Maeda Miyuki, born 14 October 1985) is a Japanese international badminton player from the Renesas badminton club and later affiliated with Saishunkan team. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Miyuki Maeda has received more than 34,270 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Miyuki Maeda is the 87th most popular badminton player, the 3,502nd most popular biography from Japan and the 6th most popular Japanese Badminton Player.

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  • 34k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 26.39

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.46

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.21

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

Among BADMINTON PLAYERS

Among badminton players, Miyuki Maeda ranks 87 out of 117Before her are Mette Schjoldager, Valeria Sorokina, Du Jing, Pablo Abián, Zheng Siwei, and Carsten Mogensen. After her are Chen Qingchen, Larisa Griga, Wang Chi-lin, Jia Yifan, Jung Kyung-eun, and Xu Chen.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1985, Miyuki Maeda ranks 1,234Before her are Aaron Brooks, Igor Lewczuk, Hokuto Nakamura, David Svoboda, Renee Young, and Rostislav Olesz. After her are Sonal Chauhan, Olubayo Adefemi, Zoltán Fodor, Osmay Acosta, Yevgeny Lukyanenko, and Aleksey Cheremisinov.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Miyuki Maeda ranks 3,502 out of 6,245Before her are Hitoshi Sasaki (1973), Shohei Moriyasu (1991), Tetsumasa Kimura (1972), Teppei Nishiyama (1975), Marin Honda (2001), and Taishi Brandon Nozawa (2002). After her are Naoya Saeki (1977), Kazumasa Shimizu (1976), Yasutaka Uchiyama (1992), Hiroki Iizuka (1978), Hideaki Hagino (1973), and Shinya Yajima (1994).

Among BADMINTON PLAYERS In Japan

Among badminton players born in Japan, Miyuki Maeda ranks 6Before her are Kento Momota (1994), Akane Yamaguchi (1997), Nozomi Okuhara (1995), Misaki Matsutomo (1992), and Ayaka Takahashi (1990). After her are Reika Kakiiwa (1989), Mizuki Fujii (1988), Arisa Higashino (1996), Kodai Naraoka (2001), Keigo Sonoda (1990), and Kanta Tsuneyama (1996).