Start your Sunday with a story.
Lindsey Vonn’s time at the Olympics may be over, but her time in the spotlight continues off the ski slopes. Hear what those pressures are like in part three of her E:60 profile this Sunday at 9am ET on ESPN.
What’s in a name? For the head basketball coach of an all-Muslim team in Dearborn, Michigan, his name has been a flashpoint both on and off the court. Hear his story this Sunday at 9am ET on ESPN
10 years ago E:60 debuted its first story, “Ray of Hope.” Take a look back at a decade of storytelling and an update to our very first E:60 episode tomorrow at 3pm on @abcnetwork
Congrats to Team Nigeria on their historic run at the Winter Olympics and to @elanameyerstaylor on her third bobsled medal for Team USA. Watch their finals runs in primetime tonight.
Will @lindseyvonn bring home another gold in downhill tonight? Her faithful pup Lucy hopes so! Part three of Vonn’s E:60 profile airs next Sunday.
@lindseyvonn returns to the slopes tonight in her grandfather’s memory. Watch her story this Sunday, 9am ET on ESPN.
Before she left for PyeongChang @lindseyvonn showed us around her Vail, CO crib. Swipe ➡️ for the tour (🔊👆)
“This is not gonna be easy. It might be borderline crazy.” Team Nigeria’s bid at history is underway 🇳🇬 🛷
|E:60 full length:||4 characters (4 bytes)|
|E:60 Name Volwes:||E (1 characters)|
|E:60 Name Consonants:||:60 (3 characters)|
|Letter||Code Word||U.S. Army standard||ICAO and ITU Roman standard||FAA standards||ICAO IPA standard||SIO (France)||ICAO recording (1955)||Consolidated transcription|
|E||Echo||EKK oh||ECK OH||ECKOH or ECK-OH||ˈeko||èk o||[ˈɛkoʊ]||/ˈɛkoʊ/|
|E:60 with Greek letters||Ἐ·60|
|E:60 with Hindi letters||ऎ:६०|
|E:60 with Chinese letters||E:60|
|E:60 with Cyrillic letters||Е:60|
|E:60 with Hebrew letters||ֶ:60|
|E:60 with Arabic letters||ِ:٦٠|
|E:60 with Tamil letters||எ:௬௦|
|E:60 with Japanese letters||え:60|
|E:60 with Armenian letters||Ե:60|
|A Good Name||80%||20%||A Bad Name|
|E:60's Emotional Awareness||12|
|2018.02.24. 17:14||Lindsey Vonn’s time at the Olympics may be over, but her time in the spotlight...||253||4||0||1,40$|
|2018.02.23. 22:54||What’s in a name? For the head basketball coach of an all-Muslim team in Dearborn,...||152||3||0||1,39$|
|2018.02.23. 16:09||10 years ago E:60 debuted its first story, “Ray of Hope.” Take a look back at a decade...||192||3||0||1,39$|
|2018.02.21. 17:48||Congrats to Team Nigeria on their historic run at the Winter Olympics and to ||437
|2018.02.20. 23:50||Will @lindseyvonn bring home another gold in downhill...||334||0||0||1,38$|
|2018.02.20. 16:39||It’s bobsled day! #TeamNigeria takes to the track...||146||3||1||1,39$|
|2018.02.17. 23:41||“I love changing the narrative of what Africa is about.” -Simi Adeagbo.
Along with ||260
|2018.02.16. 21:11||@lindseyvonn returns to the slopes tonight in her...||275||2||0||1,39$|
|2018.02.15. 20:53||When there’s a will, there’s a way! For more tune in Sunday, 9am ET on ESPN.||243||4||0||1,40$|
|2018.02.15. 15:33||Before she left for PyeongChang @lindseyvonn showed us...||391||1||0||1,39$|
|2018.02.10. 16:35||Swipe ➡️ for a preview of “Heir McNair” the story of Steve McNair (📺 Sunday 9a ET ESPN)||351||6||0||1,42$|
|2018.02.09. 23:28||“This is not gonna be easy. It might be borderline crazy.” Team Nigeria’s bid at...||487||3||0||1,41$|
|E:60 National Statistic for the Name E:60|
|Population Estimate||1386 +/- 1.7%|
|Proportion per 100k||0.2|
|SSA Baby Name Population||1379|
|SSA Baby Name per 100k||3.8|
|SSA Baby Name Rank||10459|
|SSA Baby Name Percentile Rank||0.5|
|The race and Hispanic origin distribution of the people with the name E:60|
|Race or Hispanic origin||% of population with name||% of US general population||% difference|
|Asian or Pacific Islander||2.4%||3.53%||-1.13%|
|Two or more races||3.2%||3.63%||-0.43%|
|American Indian or Alaskan Native||0.78%||0.25%||0.53%|
The race and Hispanic origin distribution of the people with the name E:60 is 79.1% White, 10.5% Hispanic origin, 4% Black, 2.4% Asian or Pacific Islander, 3.2% Two or More Races, and 0.78 American Indian or Alaskan Native. These figures should be considered only as a rough estimate. The purpose of this graph is to compare the name's specific race and Hispanic origin distribution to the distribution in the general population of the US.
The vertical blue bars represent the race distribution of people that have the name. The yellow horizontal lines represent the race distribution of the general population. The amount by which the blue bars extend past the yellow horizontal lines determines how likely a person with the name will be part of a given race or Hispanic origin group.
On this basis, the people with the name E:60 have a higher likelyhood of being White and a lower likelyhood of being Black.