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Oussama Mellouli

1984 - Today

Oussama Mellouli

Oussama "Ous" Mellouli (Arabic: أسامة الملولي‎; born 16 February 1984) is a Tunisian swimmer who competes in the freestyle and medley events. He is a three-time Olympic medalist, is an African record holder, and trains with the USC Trojans team based at the University of Southern California, where he studied as a computer science undergraduate and swam collegiately. Since returning from an Adderall related drugs ban, Oussama Mellouli has been the 1500 m freestyle World champion at the 2009 World Aquatics Championships with a winning time of 14:37.28, then the second best performance of all time. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Oussama Mellouli has received more than 128,163 page views. His biography is available in 24 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 87th most popular swimmer.

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  • 24

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  • 5.86

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  • 2.19

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among SWIMMERS

Among swimmers, Oussama Mellouli ranks 89 out of 308Before him are Carl Robie, Ryan Lochte, Lynn Burke, Yana Klochkova, Shane Gould, and Ranomi Kromowidjojo. After him are Paul Biedermann, Ines Diers, Allison Schmitt, Jörg Woithe, Claudia Poll, and Ute Geweniger.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1984, Oussama Mellouli ranks 257Before him are Amir Haddad, Christian Bolaños, Jane Zhang, Joaquín Larrivey, Zhang Zilin, and Finn Wittrock. After him are Katharine McPhee, Kid Cudi, Jeremy Jordan, Deron Williams, Wes Morgan, and Igor Denisov.

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In Tunisia

Among people born in Tunisia, Oussama Mellouli ranks 78 out of 115Before him are Mehdi Jomaa (1962), Ali Boumnijel (1966), Aymen Abdennour (1989), Dhafer Youssef (1967), Radhi Jaïdi (1975), and Zoubeir Baya (1971). After him are Youssef Msakni (1990), Malek Jaziri (1984), Ziad Jaziri (1978), Adel Sellimi (1972), Riadh Bouazizi (1973), and Mehdi Ben Slimane (1974).

Among SWIMMERS In Tunisia

Among swimmers born in Tunisia, Oussama Mellouli ranks 1

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