Uwe Ampler

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Uwe Ampler (born 11 October 1964) is a retired track and road cyclist who competed for East Germany at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Uwe Ampler has received more than 26,922 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 20 in 2019). Uwe Ampler is the 305th most popular cyclist (up from 323rd in 2019), the 5,393rd most popular biography from Germany (down from 4,840th in 2019) and the 15th most popular German Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Uwe Ampler ranks 305 out of 1,613Before him are Johan Bruyneel, Guglielmo Segato, Józef Lange, Franco Ballerini, Václav Machek, and Willi Fuggerer. After him are Luis Herrera, Tomas Pettersson, Maurice Moucheraud, Severino Rigoni, Peder Pedersen, and Lionel Cox.

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Among people born in 1964, Uwe Ampler ranks 395Before him are Butch Reynolds, Franco Ballerini, Jim Lee, Rex Brown, Andy Rourke, and Erika Buenfil. After him are Heike Henkel, Gary McAllister, Frode Grodås, Rosie Perez, Luis Medina Cantalejo, and Ludmila Engquist.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Uwe Ampler ranks 5,393 out of 7,253Before him are Karl Neumer (1887), Lucie Mannheim (1899), Robert Schwentke (1968), Willi Fuggerer (1941), Herbert Gruber (1942), and Georg Thoma (1937). After him are Olaf Marschall (1966), Nino de Angelo (1963), Johannes Joachim Degenhardt (1926), Wilfried Hannes (1957), Marion Becker (1950), and Heike Henkel (1964).

Among CYCLISTS In Germany

Among cyclists born in Germany, Uwe Ampler ranks 15Before him are Olaf Ludwig (1960), Gustav-Adolf Schur (1931), Erik Zabel (1970), Toni Merkens (1912), Marcel Kittel (1988), and Willi Fuggerer (1941). After him are Joseph Rosemeyer (1872), Jürgen Kissner (1942), Jens Voigt (1971), Tony Martin (1985), Andreas Klöden (1975), and André Greipel (1982).