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Petros Persakis

1879 - 1952

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Petros Persakis (1879–1952) was a Greek gymnast. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.Persakis competed in the individual rings and team parallel bars events. He placed third in the rings event. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Petros Persakis has received more than 7,523 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 19 in 2019). Petros Persakis is the 17th most popular gymnast (up from 32nd in 2019), the 545th most popular biography from Greece (up from 551st in 2019) and the most popular Greek Gymnast.

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Among GYMNASTS

Among gymnasts, Petros Persakis ranks 17 out of 181Before him are Nikolai Andrianov, Ágnes Keleti, Boris Shakhlin, Sawao Kato, Akinori Nakayama, and Takashi Ono. After him are Alfred Schwarzmann, Ioannis Mitropoulos, Charles Champaud, Anton Heida, Axel Ljung, and Nellie Kim.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1879, Petros Persakis ranks 107Before him are Pedro Aguirre Cerda, Bernhard Kellermann, Gorazd, Joseph Canteloube, Will Rogers, and Helena Roerich. After him are Ignatius Gabriel I Tappouni, Kafū Nagai, Ion G. Duca, Frank Bridge, Alfred Abel, and Ernst Herzfeld. Among people deceased in 1952, Petros Persakis ranks 81Before him are Maurice De Waele, Antonia Maury, Jack Conway, Edward S. Curtis, Adolf Busch, and Mauno Pekkala. After him are Constant Permeke, Silvio Cator, Harold Innis, Max Dehn, Josephine Tey, and Karel Lamač.

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In Greece

Among people born in Greece, Petros Persakis ranks 545 out of 855Before him are Haris Alexiou (1950), Charilaos Trikoupis (1832), Cephisodotus the Younger (-400), George Averoff (1815), Adamantios Androutsopoulos (1919), and Ieronymos II of Athens (1938). After him are Ioannis Mitropoulos (1874), Chremonides (-400), Antigone of Epirus (-350), Charilaus (null), Pelops of Sparta (-210), and Onomacritus (-530).

Among GYMNASTS In Greece

Among gymnasts born in Greece, Petros Persakis ranks 1After him are Ioannis Mitropoulos (1874), Thomas Xenakis (1875), Dimosthenis Tampakos (1976), and Eleftherios Petrounias (1990).