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Rudolf Burkert

1904 - 1985

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Rudolf Burkert (31 October 1904 – 7 June 1985) was an Ethnic German Czechoslovak Nordic skier who competed in the 1920s and 1930s. He won a bronze medal in the ski jumping individual large hill competition at the 1928 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz, the first Winter Olympics medal in Czechoslovak history. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Rudolf Burkert has received more than 10,893 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Rudolf Burkert is the 477th most popular athlete (down from 301st in 2019).

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Among athletes, Rudolf Burkert ranks 477 out of 3,059Before him are Erik Adlerz, Norbert Schemansky, Don Thompson, Gjermund Eggen, Márta Rudas, and Jacques Noël. After him are John Eke, Ed Ablowich, Martti Marttelin, Étienne Desmarteau, Konrad Stäheli, and John Landy.

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Among people born in 1904, Rudolf Burkert ranks 234Before him are Bernard Lonergan, Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry, Henry Dreyfuss, Boris Babochkin, Lillian Copeland, and Francisco Garza Gutiérrez. After him are Roberto Figueroa, Margery Allingham, Sergio Amidei, Chūhei Nambu, Jimmy McGrory, and Emil František Burian. Among people deceased in 1985, Rudolf Burkert ranks 175Before him are Roger Maris, Jules Vandooren, Jo Jones, Natalio Perinetti, Hilding Rosenberg, and Uku Masing. After him are Matt Monro, Frank Oppenheimer, George O'Brien, Sam Spiegel, Carlos Mota Pinto, and Božo Broketa.

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