Sergio Higuita

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Sergio Andrés Higuita García (born 1 August 1997) is a Colombian cyclist, who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam EF Education–Nippo. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Sergio Higuita has received more than 36,120 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Sergio Higuita is the 800th most popular cyclist, the 211th most popular biography from Colombia and the 16th most popular Colombian Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Sergio Higuita ranks 800 out of 1,212Before him are Serge Pauwels, Paul Martens, Jelle Vanendert, Antonio Colom, Patrik Sinkewitz, and Javier Moreno. After him are Eros Capecchi, Stefan Nimke, Steve Cummings, Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, Iván Gutiérrez, and Isidro Nozal.

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Among people born in 1997, Sergio Higuita ranks 146Before him are Hamza Mendyl, Lauri Markkanen, Furkan Korkmaz, Jean-Philippe Mateta, Emil Audero, and Jack Andraka. After him are Jurina Matsui, Thiago Maia, Shoma Uno, Martin Terrier, Suat Serdar, and Carlos Soler.

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In Colombia

Among people born in Colombia, Sergio Higuita ranks 211 out of 271Before him are Rafael Santos Borré (1995), Catalina Castaño (1979), Edwin Cardona (1992), Fredy Montero (1987), Dayro Moreno (1985), and Neco Martínez (1982). After him are Orlando Berrío (1991), Farid Díaz (1983), Nixon Perea (1973), Darwin Atapuma (1988), Carlos Valdés (1985), and Fred Rodriguez (1973).

Among CYCLISTS In Colombia

Among cyclists born in Colombia, Sergio Higuita ranks 16Before him are Mauricio Soler (1983), Fernando Gaviria (1994), Carlos Betancur (1989), Víctor Hugo Peña (1974), Jarlinson Pantano (1988), and Leonardo Duque (1980). After him are Darwin Atapuma (1988), Fred Rodriguez (1973), Mariana Pajón (1991), Miguel Ángel Rubiano (1984), Daniel Felipe Martínez (1996), and Julián Arredondo (1988).