Hannes

Hannes is a masculine given name and a dimunutive of Johannes.

Hannes may refer to:

  • Hannes Alfvén (1908-1995) Swedish chemist and Nobel-prize winner
  • Hannes Aigner (born 1989), German slalom canoeist and Olympic medalist
  • Hannes Androsch (born 1938), Austrian entrepreneur, consultant, politician and former Austrian Vice Chancellor
  • Hannes Anier (born 1993), Estonian footballer
  • Hannes Arch (born 1967), Austrian pilot
  • Hannes van Asseldonk (born 1992), Dutch racing driver
  • Hannes Bauer (born 1954), German trombonist and jazz musician
  • Hannes Baumann (born 1982), German sailor and Olympic competitor
  • Hannes de Boer (1899–1982), Dutch long jumper and Olympic competitor
  • Hannes Bok (1914-1964), American artist and writer
  • Hannes Brewis (1930–2007), South African rugby player
  • Hannes van der Bruggen (born 1993), Belgian footballer
  • Hannes Coetzee (born 1944), South African guitarist
  • Hannes Dotzler (born 1990), German cross country skier
  • Hannes Dreyer (born 1985), South African sprinter and Olympic competitor
  • Hannes Eder (born 1983), Austrian footballer
  • Hannes Franklin (born 1981), South African rugby player
  • Hannes Fuchs (born 1972), Austrian badminton player and Olympic competitor
  • Hannes Germann (born 1956), Swiss politician
  • Hannes Hólmsteinn Gissurarson (born 1953) Icelandic political science professor and commentator
  • Hannes Grossmann (born 8 1982), German drummer (Obscura)
  • Hannes Hafstein (1861–1922), Icelandic poet and politician, former Prime Minister of Iceland
  • Hannes Halldórsson (born 1984), Icelandic footballer
  • Hannes Heer (born 1941), German historian
  • Hannes Hegen (born 1925), German illustrator and caricaturist
  • Hannes Holm (born 1962), Swedish director and screenwriter
  • Hannes Hopley (born 1981), South African discus thrower and Olympic competitor
  • Hannes Hyvönen (born 1975), Finnish ice hockey player
  • Hannes Ignatius (1871–1941), Finnish soldier
  • Hannes Irmer (born 1988), German footballer
  • Hannes Jaenicke (born 1960), German film and television actor
  • Hannes Stefánsson (born 1972), Icelandic chess Grandmaster
  • Hannes Kaasik (born 1978), Estonian football referee
  • Hannes Keller (born 1934), Swiss physicist, mathematician, deep diving pioneer, and entrepreneur
  • Hannes Kolehmainen (1889-1966), Finnish Finnish long-distance runner and Olympic medalist
  • Hannes Koivunen (1911–1990), Finnish boxer and Olympic competitor
  • Hannes Lembacher (born 1954), Austrian fencer and Olympic competitor
  • Hannes Lindemann (born 1922), German doctor, navigator and sailor
  • Hannes Lintl (1924—2003), Austrian architect
  • Hannes Löhr (born 1942), German footballer
  • Hannes Maasel (born 1951), Estonian politician
  • Hannes Manninen (born 1946), Finnish politician
  • Hannes Marais (born 1941), South African rugby player
  • Hannes Messemer (1924–1991), German film actor
  • Hannes Meyer (1889–1954), Swiss architect
  • Hannes Nikel (1931-2001), German film editor
  • Hannes Peckolt (born 1982) German sailor and Olympic medalist
  • Hannes Pétursson (born 1931), Icelandic poet and writer
  • Hannes Pichler, (born ????), Italian luger and Olympic competitor
  • Hannes Råstam (1956–2012), Swedish journalist and television presenter
  • Hannes Reichelt (born 1980), Austrian alpine ski racer and Olympic competitor
  • Johannes Riedl (1950-2010), German footballer
  • Hannes Reinmayr (born 1969), Austrian footballer and trainer
  • Hannes Paul Schmid (born 1980), Italian alpine skier and Olympic competitor
  • Hannes Schneider (1890-1955), Austrian ski instructor
  • Hannes Sigurðsson (born 1983), Icelandic footballer
  • Hannes Sköld (1886-1930), wa Swedish socialist,anti-militarist, poet and linguist
  • Hannes Smárason (born ????), Icelandic businessman
  • Hannes Smith (1933– 2008), Namibian journalist, editor and publisher
  • Hannes Stiller (born 1978), Swedish footballer
  • Hannes Strydom (born 1965), South African rugby player
  • Hannes Swoboda (born 1946), Austrian politician
  • Hannes Taljaard (bborn 1971), South African classical music composer
  • Hannes Trautloft (1912-1995), German World War II fighter ace
  • Hannes Trinkl (born 1968) Austrian alpine skier and Olympic medalist
  • Hannes Tretter (born 1951), Austrian lawyer and human rights expert
  • Hannes Torpo (1901–1980), Finnish track and field athlete and Olympic competitor
  • Hannes Vanaküla (born ????), Estonian mage and esoteric leader
  • Hannes Võrno (born 1969), Estonian comedian, politician and fashion designer
  • Hannes Wader (born 1942), German singer-songwriter
  • Hans Weiner (born 1950), German former footballer
  • Hannes Winklbauer (born 1949), Austrian footballer and coach
  • Hannes Zehentner (born 1965), German alpine skier and Olympic competitor

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