Pirmin Zurbriggen

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Pirmin Zurbriggen (born 4 February 1963) is a former World Cup alpine ski racer from Switzerland. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pirmin Zurbriggen has received more than 132,364 page views. His biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 20 in 2019). Pirmin Zurbriggen is the 37th most popular skier (down from 33rd in 2019), the 397th most popular biography from Switzerland (down from 318th in 2019) and the most popular Swiss Skier.

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  • 22

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 6.50

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.90

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among skiers, Pirmin Zurbriggen ranks 37 out of 540Before him are Paavo Lonkila, Juha Mieto, Noriaki Kasai, Toralf Engan, Toini Gustafsson, and Nils Karlsson. After him are Raisa Smetanina, Gunnar Eriksson, Egon Zimmermann, Émile Allais, Othmar Schneider, and Thomas Wassberg.

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Among people born in 1963, Pirmin Zurbriggen ranks 199Before him are Alberigo Evani, Richard Marx, R. J. Palacio, Dave Legeno, Phoebe Cates, and Glória Pires. After him are Phoolan Devi, Francesco Quinn, Dizzy Reed, Jon Brion, Lajos Détári, and Jan Heintze.

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In Switzerland

Among people born in Switzerland, Pirmin Zurbriggen ranks 397 out of 749Before him are Walter Wild (1872), Luuk de Jong (1990), Corina Casanova (1956), Roger Bocquet (1921), Mattia Binotto (1969), and Stan Wawrinka (1985). After him are Johannes Baumann (1874), Alexander Agassiz (1835), Émil Goeldi (1859), Thomas Bickel (1963), Béatrix Beck (1914), and Alexander Frei (1979).

Among SKIERS In Switzerland

Among skiers born in Switzerland, Pirmin Zurbriggen ranks 1After him are Madeleine Berthod (1931), Bernhard Russi (1948), Vreni Schneider (1964), Walter Steiner (1951), Marie-Theres Nadig (1954), Simon Ammann (1981), Erika Hess (1962), Michela Figini (1966), Peter Müller (1957), Dario Cologna (1986), and Didier Cuche (1974).