Vera Komisova

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Vera Yakovlevna Komisova, née Nikitina (Russian: Вера Яковлевна Комисова bzw. Никитина, born 11 June 1953) is a retired hurdler. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Vera Komisova has received more than 11,567 page views. Her biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Vera Komisova is the 860th most popular athlete (down from 683rd in 2019), the 1,811th most popular biography from Russia and the 55th most popular Russian Athlete.

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Among athletes, Vera Komisova ranks 860 out of 3,055Before her are Halil Mutlu, Harriet Bland, Bob Schul, Greg Bell, Bernard Tchoullouyan, and János Parti. After her are Darya Domracheva, Cy Young, Norair Nurikyan, Gerd Wessig, Johannes Thingnes Bø, and Gabriela Szabo.

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Among people born in 1953, Vera Komisova ranks 400Before her are Hana Laszlo, Bess Armstrong, Bobby Rahal, Arta Dade, Viktor Kozin, and Bernard Tchoullouyan. After her are Pete Hoekstra, Matthias Platzeck, Georg Friedrich Haas, Keith Allen, Franco Selvaggi, and Desiré Wilson.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Vera Komisova ranks 1,811 out of 2,688Before her are Alexander Morozevich (1977), Stanislav Stepashkin (1940), Anna Polina (1989), Viktor Kozin (1953), Jeanna Friske (1974), and Alexander Gennadiyevich Zaitsev (1952). After her are Pavel Bure (1971), Ksenia Sobchak (1981), Hilarion (1966), Aleksandr Tkachyov (1957), Yuri Krylov (1930), and Aleksandr Gorshkov (1946).

Among ATHLETES In Russia

Among athletes born in Russia, Vera Komisova ranks 55Before her are Bernd Kannenberg (1942), Mark Midler (1931), German Sveshnikov (1937), Galina Gorokhova (1938), Anastasiya Kuzmina (1984), and Viktor Mamatov (1937). After her are Ellina Zvereva (1960), Vladimir Nevzorov (1952), Ivan Udodov (1924), Ludmila Engquist (1964), Tatyana Lebedeva (1976), and Olga Kuzenkova (1970).