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Oana Ban

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Oana Mihaela Ban (born 11 January 1986 in Cluj-Napoca) is a retired Romanian artistic gymnast. She is an Olympic gold medalist with the team and a world silver medalist on beam and with the team. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Oana Ban has received more than 39,154 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Oana Ban is the 238th most popular gymnast, the 647th most popular biography from Romania and the 22nd most popular Romanian Gymnast.

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  • 39k

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  • 24.03

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 16

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.50

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.18

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among gymnasts, Oana Ban ranks 238 out of 183Before her are Dong Dong, Artur Davtyan, Paul Hamm, Yang Yilin, Yang Hak-seon, and Shannon Miller. After her are Uladzislau Hancharou, Peter Vidmar, Lorena Guréndez, Jiang Yuyuan, Filip Ude, and Philipp Boy.

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Among people born in 1986, Oana Ban ranks 1,139Before her are Edwin Soi, Gwen Jorgensen, Tian Qing, Rebecca Ferguson, Jérôme Coppel, and Weronika Nowakowska. After her are Nicola Pozzi, Bartosz Piasecki, Andray Blatche, Hisashi Jogo, Edder Delgado, and Li Jianrou.

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In Romania

Among people born in Romania, Oana Ban ranks 647 out of 665Before her are Monica Roșu (1987), Andreea Mitu (1991), Edit Miklós (1988), Constantin Lupulescu (1984), Paul Papp (1989), and Steliano Filip (1994). After her are Alina Eremia (1993), Simona Pop (1988), Marius Alexe (1990), Patricia Maria Țig (1994), Tudor Băluță (1999), and Cristian Manea (1997).

Among GYMNASTS In Romania

Among gymnasts born in Romania, Oana Ban ranks 22Before her are Cristina Elena Grigoraș (1966), Gina Gogean (1978), Claudia Presăcan (1979), Maria Olaru (1982), Larisa Iordache (1996), and Monica Roșu (1987). After her are Diana Bulimar (1995), Andreea Isărescu (1984), Andreea Acatrinei (1992), Diana Chelaru (1993), and Andreea Grigore (1991).