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Who's climbing on the Longines Ranking?

Wednesday, 04 September 2013

Ukraine's Cassio Rivetti keeps on moving upwards on the Longines Ranking. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.With the latest Longines Ranking out – counting results from 01/09/2012 to 31/08/2013 – it’s time to take a look at the biggest climbers. Outside the top 10, but inside the top 100 Ireland’s Shane Breen jumps from rank 56 to 42 after some super results in August. Italy’s Luca Maria Moneta – who had a great championship in Herning also moves upwards from rank 55 to 45. Dublin Grand Prix winner Cian O’Connor goes from 58 to 49, while Holland’s Gert Jan Bruggink also continues his climb moving from rank 62 to 51. As does Cassio Rivetti, who has climbed an impressive 36 spots upwards since the ranking no. 150, now moving from 72 to 55 Cassio Rivetti. Captain Canada Ian Millar continues his climb as well, this month he goes from rank 77 to 65.  

One rider that enters the top 100 with a bang is Ireland’s shining star Bertram Allen, who has climbed all the way from 107 to 67. A slightly older rider that goes upwards is Switzerland’s Paul Estermann, who is now rank 76 after being 89 last month. Robert Whitaker is up from 97 to 77 – and has climbed no less than 30 places up since the July-ranking. Daniel Neilson also continues his massive moves upwards; this month he goes from 93 to 82. Constant van Paesschen is another young rider that now has entered the top 100; going from rank 104 to 90 – and the same goes for Frank Schuttert that has moved from rank 120 to 100.

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