Wilma Murto

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Wilma Anna Helena Murto (born 11 June 1998) is a Finnish pole vaulter. She won the gold medal at the 2022 European Athletics Championships in Munich with a jump of 4.85 m (15 ft 10+3⁄4 in), equalling the championships record and setting a new Finnish record. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Wilma Murto has received more than 81,786 page views. Her biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia. Wilma Murto is the 4,075th most popular athlete, the 661st most popular biography from Finland and the 108th most popular Finnish Athlete.

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Among athletes, Wilma Murto ranks 4,075 out of 6,025Before her are Jadel Gregório, Lam Jones, Charles Kamathi, Kenny Bednarek, Alistair Brownlee, and Michellie Jones. After her are Süreyya Ayhan, Yuto Horigome, Ben Ainslie, Igor Hinić, Yaime Pérez, and Diana Bacosi.

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Among people born in 1998, Wilma Murto ranks 246Before her are Josep Martínez, Ilinca Băcilă, Adrià Pedrosa, Moeka Minami, Javi Puado, and Kenny Bednarek. After her are Shaoang Liu, Max Purcell, Roberto Alvarado, Ingrid Syrstad Engen, Rodions Kurucs, and Jordan Lotomba.

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In Finland

Among people born in Finland, Wilma Murto ranks 661 out of 751Before her are Jarkko Immonen (1982), Toni Lydman (1977), Teemu Rannikko (1980), Anna Easteden (1976), Robin Lod (1993), and Tuukka Rask (1987). After her are Petri Kontiola (1984), Kari Lehtonen (1983), Chisu (1982), Aki Berg (1977), Antti Häkkänen (1985), and Petteri Forsell (1990).

Among ATHLETES In Finland

Among athletes born in Finland, Wilma Murto ranks 108Before her are Arsi Harju (1974), Satu Mäkelä-Nummela (1970), Mikko Kolehmainen (1964), Markku Uusipaavalniemi (1966), Jari Mantila (1971), and Valentin Kononen (1969). After her are Jaakko Tallus (1981), Antti Ruuskanen (1984), Minna Nieminen (1976), Sanna Stén (1977), Tommi Evilä (1980), and Peetu Piiroinen (1988).