What languages write about Australian women’s sport on Wikipedia?
There are 72 articles about Australian women’s sport that exist in 9 or more languages. In this sample, there are 59 different languages. What language, besides English, is best at covering Australian women’s sport? German with 70 articles. Next is Polish with 67. The complete table is below.
There are 74 articles about Australian women’s sport that exist in 9 or more languages. In this sample, there are 59 different languages. What language, besides English, is best at covering Australian women’s sport? German with 70 articles. Next is Polish with 67. The complete table is below.
If you’re curious as to what articles are in this sample, it includes Samantha Stosur, Stephanie Rice, Evonne Goolagong, Margaret Court, Jelena Dokic, Leisel Jones, Dawn Fraser, List of Australian Open women’s singles champions, Libby Trickett, Casey Dellacqua, Alicia Molik, Sally Pearson, Laura Robson, Shane Gould, Rennae Stubbs, List of Australian Open women’s doubles champions, Jodie Henry, Betty Cuthbert, Petria Thomas, Lauren Jackson, Australia women’s national association football team, Anastasia Rodionova, Susie O’Neill, Jessicah Schipper, Torah Bright, Olivia Rogowska, Kerry Reid, Emily Seebohm, Anna Meares, Judy Tegart, Jana Pittman, Christine Nesbitt, Wendy Turnbull, Emma Snowsill, Nancye Wynne Bolton, Lorraine Crapp, Lesley Turner Bowrey, Debbie Flintoff-King, Chris O’Neil (tennis), Cate Campbell, Alice Tait, Zali Steggall, Sophie Ferguson, Raelene Boyle, Penny Taylor, Natalie Cook, Lydia Lassila, Kylie Palmer, Jessica Watson, Jessica Moore (tennis), Isabella Holland, Esna Boyd, Elizabeth Smylie, Bronte Barratt, Alicia Coutts, Thelma Coyne Long, Tamsyn Manou, Sara Carrigan, Samantha Riley, Sally Peers, Sacha Jones, Rechelle Hawkes, Nicole Pratt, Michelle Ford, Melanie Schlanger, Lisa De Vanna, Felicity Galvez, Fanny Durack, Coral Buttsworth, Brooke Hanson, Annette Kellerman, and Alisa Camplin.