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Simona Richter

1972 - Today

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Simona Marcela Richter (born 27 March 1972 in Reșița, Caraș-Severin) is a retired female judoka from Romania. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Simona Richter has received more than 9,113 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Simona Richter is the 2,918th most popular athlete, the 618th most popular biography from Romania and the 45th most popular Romanian Athlete.

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  • 9.1k

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  • 27.48

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 6.80

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.48

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among athletes, Simona Richter ranks 2,918 out of 3,059Before her are Jimmy Vicaut, Jamie Dwyer, Miho Bošković, Tessa Sanderson, Ksenija Balta, and Adam Kszczot. After her are Yelyzaveta Bryzhina, Mary Jepkosgei Keitany, Sergey Novikov, Christophe Kempé, Jung Jae-eun, and David Cal.

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Among people born in 1972, Simona Richter ranks 907Before her are Tim Peake, Koji Seki, Mukhtar Mai, Hiroshi Sato, Iva Prandzheva, and Kim Grant. After her are Namrata Shirodkar, Aaron Lewis, Maikro Romero, Takayuki Yokoyama, Paul Clement, and Timothy Mack.

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In Romania

Among people born in Romania, Simona Richter ranks 618 out of 665Before her are Diana Mocanu (1984), Valerică Găman (1989), Marian Simion (1975), Sorin Ghionea (1979), Raluca Olaru (1989), and Claudia Presăcan (1979). After her are Alexandra Dulgheru (1989), Irina Spîrlea (1974), Liviu Antal (1989), Alexandru Mățel (1989), Adrian Ungur (1985), and Florin Mergea (1985).

Among ATHLETES In Romania

Among athletes born in Romania, Simona Richter ranks 45Before her are Angela Alupei (1972), Liliana Gafencu (1975), Ionela Târlea (1976), Daniela Costian (1965), Marian Oprea (1982), and Marian Simion (1975). After her are Alin Moldoveanu (1983) and Nicoleta-Ancuța Bodnar (1998).