Simona Pop

1988 - Today

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Simona Pop née Deac (born 25 December 1988) is a retired Romanian épée fencer, bronze medallist at the 2015 European Championships, team silver medallist in the 2015 World Fencing Championships and team European champion in 2014 and 2015. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Simona Pop has received more than 19,934 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Simona Pop is the 142nd most popular fencer (down from 115th in 2019), the 559th most popular biography from Romania (down from 419th in 2019) and the 8th most popular Romanian Fencer.

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    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 16

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 6.48

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.60

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among fencers, Simona Pop ranks 142 out of 174Before her are Aida Shanayeva, Jung Jin-sun, Érik Boisse, Choi Byung-chul, Mariel Zagunis, and Won Woo-young. After her are Ibtihaj Muhammad, Jeon Hee-sook, Yana Egorian, Daniele Garozzo, Artur Akhmatkhuzin, and Nikolay Kovalev.

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Among people born in 1988, Simona Pop ranks 907Before her are Claudia Faniello, Ri Chol-myong, Summer Bishil, Osama Elsamni, Michael Frolík, and Kaspars Daugaviņš. After her are Cho Jun-ho, Yami Gautam, Sibel Özkan, Kévin Reza, Jay Spearing, and John Ogu.

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In Romania

Among people born in Romania, Simona Pop ranks 559 out of 572Before her are Costin Lazăr (1981), Larisa Iordache (1996), Corina Căprioriu (1986), Simona Gherman (1985), Răzvan Marin (1996), and Paul Papp (1989). After her are Dennis Man (1998), Monica Roșu (1987), Patricia Maria Țig (1994), Andreea Mitu (1991), Andrei Ivan (1997), and Edit Miklós (1988).

Among FENCERS In Romania

Among fencers born in Romania, Simona Pop ranks 8Before her are Olga Szabó-Orbán (1938), Laura Badea-Cârlescu (1970), Ana Maria Popescu (1984), Mihai Covaliu (1977), Loredana Dinu (1984), and Simona Gherman (1985).