Simon Ammann

1981 - Today

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Simon Ammann (; born 25 June 1981) is a Swiss ski jumper. He is one of the most successful athletes in the history of the sport, having won four individual Winter Olympic gold medals in 2002 and 2010. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Simon Ammann has received more than 235,403 page views. His biography is available in 43 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 42 in 2019). Simon Ammann is the 68th most popular skier (down from 23rd in 2019), the 497th most popular biography from Switzerland (down from 332nd in 2019) and the 6th most popular Swiss Skier.

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Among skiers, Simon Ammann ranks 68 out of 817Before him are Lindsey Vonn, Sigmund Ruud, Helmut Recknagel, Egon Zimmermann, Josef Bradl, and Jure Franko. After him are Jens Weißflog, Christl Haas, Aulis Kallakorpi, Trude Beiser, Raisa Smetanina, and Renée Colliard.

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Among people born in 1981, Simon Ammann ranks 87Before him are Maher Zain, Fredrik Backman, Michel Teló, Gustavo Dudamel, Jared Kushner, and Mohamed Zidan. After him are Joe Cole, Tahar Rahim, Lucho González, Julius Malema, Rinko Kikuchi, and Rachel Bilson.

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In Switzerland

Among people born in Switzerland, Simon Ammann ranks 497 out of 1,015Before him are Alois Estermann (1954), Mattia Binotto (1969), Hans Huber (1852), Jakob Stämpfli (1820), Florian Cajori (1859), and James of Saint George (1230). After him are Johann Jakob Breitinger (1701), John Isaac Briquet (1870), Émil Goeldi (1859), Eugen Huber (1849), Louis Ruchonnet (1834), and Roger Bocquet (1921).

Among SKIERS In Switzerland

Among skiers born in Switzerland, Simon Ammann ranks 6Before him are Pirmin Zurbriggen (1963), Hedy Schlunegger (1923), Bernhard Russi (1948), Madeleine Berthod (1931), and Vreni Schneider (1964). After him are Renée Colliard (1933), Lara Gut-Behrami (1991), Marie-Theres Nadig (1954), Walter Steiner (1951), Yvonne Rüegg (1938), and Heini Hemmi (1949).