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Valeriy Honcharov

1977 - Today

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Valeriy Honcharov (also spelled Goncharov, Ukrainian: 'Валерій Гончаров, romanized: Valeriy Honcharov, born 19 September 1977) is a gymnast from Ukraine. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Valeriy Honcharov has received more than 13,600 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Valeriy Honcharov is the 230th most popular gymnast, the 1,249th most popular biography from Ukraine and the 8th most popular Ukrainian Gymnast.

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Among GYMNASTS

Among gymnasts, Valeriy Honcharov ranks 230 out of 370Before him are Fabian Hambüchen, Vanessa Ferrari, Sanne Wevers, Oleg Vernyayev, Gina Gogean, and Maria Paseka. After him are Maria Olaru, Daiki Hashimoto, Carolina Pascual, Ellie Black, Krisztián Berki, and Viktoria Komova.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1977, Valeriy Honcharov ranks 850Before him are Michal Handzuš, Tamerlan Tmenov, Michael Gladis, Unai Vergara, Titus O'Neil, and Markus Oscarsson. After him are Aleksandar Ćirić, Ian Harte, Leuris Pupo, Bryce Johnson, Jason Aldean, and Anderson Gils de Sampaio.

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In Ukraine

Among people born in Ukraine, Valeriy Honcharov ranks 1,249 out of 1,365Before him are Mykyta Shevchenko (1993), Alex Len (1993), Volodymyr Tykhyi (1970), Vladimir Zhoga (1993), Sergiy Gladyr (1988), and Vasyl Fedoryshyn (1981). After him are Mariya Ryemyen (1987), Ivan Heshko (1979), Oleksiy Hai (1982), Max Barskih (1990), Ruslan Fedotenko (1979), and Yuliana Fedak (1983).

Among GYMNASTS In Ukraine

Among gymnasts born in Ukraine, Valeriy Honcharov ranks 8Before him are Viktor Chukarin (1921), Anna Bessonova (1984), Tatiana Lysenko (1975), Hrihoriy Misyutin (1970), Tatiana Gutsu (1976), and Oleg Vernyayev (1993). After him are Artem Dolgopyat (1997), Anastasia Bliznyuk (1994), Karolina Sevastyanova (1995), and Igor Radivilov (1992).