Nick Winter

1894 - 1955

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Anthony William "Nick" Winter (25 August 1894 – 6 May 1955) was an Australian sportsman. He won the gold medal in the triple jump at the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, in the process setting a new world record. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Nick Winter has received more than 14,267 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Nick Winter is the 518th most popular athlete (down from 357th in 2019), the 198th most popular biography from Australia and the 5th most popular Australian Athlete.

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Among athletes, Nick Winter ranks 518 out of 3,055Before him are Wilson Kipketer, Olav Sunde, Martina Hellmann, Earle Meadows, Doina Melinte, and Zoltán Horváth. After him are Roelof Klein, Klaus Dibiasi, Henry Petersen, Peter Kemp, Ugo Pignotti, and Willem Slijkhuis.

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Among people born in 1894, Nick Winter ranks 187Before him are Gunnar Sköld, Billy Gilbert, James P. Johnson, Stefán Jóhann Stefánsson, Ernesto Ambrosini, and Heinz Hopf. After him are Georgy Ivanov, Nikolai Chebotaryov, Oliver Leese, Alfred Romer, Curt Backeberg, and Søren Petersen. Among people deceased in 1955, Nick Winter ranks 116Before him are Clemente Biondetti, James P. Johnson, Constantin Argetoianu, František Janda-Suk, William C. deMille, and Major Ritchie. After him are Alexei Ivanovich Abrikosov, Herman Steiner, Martha Norelius, John Hodiak, Robert E. Sherwood, and Einar Arnórsson.

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In Australia

Among people born in Australia, Nick Winter ranks 198 out of 790Before him are Ken McGregor (1929), Luke Hemsworth (1980), David Malet Armstrong (1926), Fred Stolle (1938), Richard Bonynge (1930), and Gerald Patterson (1895). After him are Angela White (1985), Frank Hurley (1885), Neale Fraser (1933), Sidney Nolan (1917), John Winter (1924), and Liam McIntyre (1982).

Among ATHLETES In Australia

Among athletes born in Australia, Nick Winter ranks 5Before him are Peter Norman (1942), Ron Clarke (1937), Betty Cuthbert (1938), and Bobby Pearce (1905). After him are John Winter (1924), Shirley Strickland (1925), Stan Rowley (1876), Marjorie Jackson-Nelson (1931), Herb Elliott (1938), Cathy Freeman (1973), and Norma Croker (1934).