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William Tanui

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William Kiptarus Tanui (born 22 February 1964) is a Kenyan former athlete, winner of 800 m at the 1992 Summer Olympics. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of William Tanui has received more than 16,610 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). William Tanui is the 1,232nd most popular athlete (down from 829th in 2019), the 42nd most popular biography from Kenya (down from 34th in 2019) and the 19th most popular Kenyan Athlete.

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  • 19

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 8.03

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.91

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, William Tanui ranks 1,232 out of 3,055Before him are Naoko Takahashi, Frank Spellman, Christian Schenk, Fiona May, Allyson Felix, and Mutaz Essa Barshim. After him are Joe DeLoach, Andrei Mikhnevich, Hanna Öberg, Thomas Lange, Truxtun Hare, and Anna Carin Zidek.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1964, William Tanui ranks 555Before him are Ayman Nour, LisaGay Hamilton, Carolina Morace, Mark Waters, Matt Walsh, and Alexey Prokurorov. After him are George Newbern, Teresa Edwards, Thomas Lange, Franz Wohlfahrt, Juan Ignacio Martínez, and Genar Andrinúa.

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In Kenya

Among people born in Kenya, William Tanui ranks 42 out of 121Before him are Daniel Komen (1976), Moses Kiptanui (1970), Douglas Wakiihuri (1963), Gurinder Chadha (1960), David Rudisha (1988), and Victor Wanyama (1991). After him are Samuel Wanjiru (1986), Paul Kipkoech (1963), Julius Korir (1960), Saif Saaeed Shaheen (1982), Bernard Lagat (1974), and Yobes Ondieki (1961).

Among ATHLETES In Kenya

Among athletes born in Kenya, William Tanui ranks 19Before him are Julius Kariuki (1961), Noah Ngeny (1978), Daniel Komen (1976), Moses Kiptanui (1970), Douglas Wakiihuri (1963), and David Rudisha (1988). After him are Samuel Wanjiru (1986), Paul Kipkoech (1963), Julius Korir (1960), Saif Saaeed Shaheen (1982), Bernard Lagat (1974), and Yobes Ondieki (1961).