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Who is climbing on the Rolex Ranking?

Monday, 10 December 2012

Luciana Diniz has climbed from rank 47 to 31 this month. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.WoSJ has taken a look at some of the riders that have climbed the most among the top 200 on the Rolex Ranking. Within the top 100 Luciana Diniz has moved from rank 47 to 31, while the young and talented Swiss rider Martin Fuchs has jumped from rank 95 to 77 – continuing his climb from last month. Jessica Kürten is up from 102 to 78, while Italian rider Luca Moneta continues upwards after great results and has now jumped from 98 to 80. Malin Baryard-Johnsson is up from rank 116 to 91, and Olivier Philippaerts from 111 to rank 95.

Outside the top 100 Roberto Arioldi has done a huge climb, and gone all the way from rank 177 to 133 – as has Chloe Ashton who has gone from 221 to 175. Gert-Jan Bruggink has jumped twenty places up from 149 to 129 as has Robert Smith from 142 to 122. Igor Kawick also climbs; he up from rank 199 to 177. Another rider who has done a giant leap and is now into the top 200 is Patrick Stühlmeyer, who has gone from 231 to 185. Saer Coulter has continued her climb from last month's ranking, and has gone from rank 209 to 186. Andreas Brenner is also getting further up on the list of the best riders in the world, going from rank 226 to 197. Many Italian riders have jumped upwards on this month's ranking; Lucia Vizzini is one of them – going from rank 228 to 198.

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