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Who is climbing on the Longines Ranking?

Wednesday, 06 November 2013

Marco Kutscher is back in the top, and thus climbing on the Longines Ranking. Photo by WoSJ.With the latest Longines Ranking out, counting results from the the 1st of November 2012 to the 31st of October 2013 – it’s time to look at who is climbing within the top 100. This weekend’s Grand Prix winner in Lyon – Maikel van der Vleuten is now in the top 20 after going from rank 22 to rank 17. Francois Mathy Jr. has climbed into the top 50, and is now rank 46 after being 55 on last month’s ranking.

Brianne Goutal makes a good climb from rank 59 to rank 48, as does Eiken Sato who has jumped from 60 to 50. Katie Dinan is another American rider who climbs, from 66 to 56. Marco Kutscher also jumps almost ten places up, and is now rank 67. Cameron Hanley continues to move upwards, and is now rank 74 – after being 84 last month.

David Will is up from 84 to 77, while another German rider that climbs is Patrick Stühlmeyer who is rank 85 this month – climbing up from 93. Richie Moloney breaks into the top 100; after being 110 last month he is now rank 93. The same goes for Denmark’s Sören Pedersen who shares rank 93 with Moloney, going up from 112. Charlie Jayne, Niklaus Rutschi and Omer Karaevli all go into the top 100 as well after being rank 102, 113 and 109 on respectively on last month’s ranking.

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