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Piet Kleine

1951 - Today

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Pieter "Piet" Kleine (born 17 September 1951) is a former speed skater from the Netherlands who specialized in the longer distances. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Piet Kleine has received more than 16,724 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Piet Kleine is the 1,000th most popular athlete, the 803rd most popular biography from Netherlands and the 11th most popular Dutch Athlete.

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  • 53.33

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  • 16

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.05

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  • 2.13

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Piet Kleine ranks 1,000 out of 3,055Before him are Bill Toomey, Marieke Vervoort, William Stevenson, Frank Hussey, Tia Hellebaut, and Charles Moore. After him are Alan Helffrich, Sven Fischer, Yelena Romanova, Horace Ashenfelter, Claudia Losch, and Helga Seidler.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1951, Piet Kleine ranks 479Before him are Mammootty, Enrique Rodríguez, Jürgen Rüttgers, Al Franken, Fred Schneider, and Dan Fogelberg. After him are Robert Wuhl, Haruki Uemura, Tiff Needell, Greg Valentine, Cheikh Hadjibou Soumaré, and Julian Lloyd Webber.

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In Netherlands

Among people born in Netherlands, Piet Kleine ranks 803 out of 1,209Before him are Rogier Blokland (1971), Ton Roosendaal (1960), Sander Westerveld (1974), Mark Jansen (1978), Dylan Groenewegen (1993), and Jan Kounen (1964). After him are Quincy Promes (1992), Nikos Vertis (1976), Donny van de Beek (1997), Peter van Vossen (1968), Fedde Le Grand (1977), and Gaston Taument (1970).

Among ATHLETES In Netherlands

Among athletes born in Netherlands, Piet Kleine ranks 11Before him are Netti Witziers-Timmer (1923), Roelof Klein (1877), Willem Slijkhuis (1923), Chris Berger (1911), Ria Stalman (1951), and Harry Steevens (1945). After him are Gerard Nijboer (1955), Frode Andresen (1973), Dafne Schippers (1992), Yvonne van Gennip (1964), Ellen van Langen (1966), and Fatima Moreira de Melo (1978).