With the latest Longines Ranking out this weekend, it’s time to take a look at which riders are on their way upwards among the top 100. Outside the Top 10 US super star Reed Kessler has jumped from rank 29 to rank 22 – getting closer and closer to the top twenty. Great Britain’s Scott Brash has gone from rank 30 to rank 25 while Emanuele Gaudiano is up from 38 to 33 and Simon Delestre from 39 to 34. America’s Christine McRea makes a good climb up from rank 49 to 37, while Ireland’s Conor Swail goes from 53 to 39. Sweden’s Henrik von Eckermann is up from rank 48 to 42, while some good results in Falsterbo and Münster have helped Carsten-Otto Nagel climbing from rank 61 to 47. From rank 62 to 49 jumps France’s Julien Epaillard, while living legend John Whitaker goes from rank 65 to 52.
It’s a good climb for the young and talented Martin Fuchs as well, who goes from rank 75 to 61. Francois Mathy Jr. – rank 73 last month is now 62, which also goes for Gert-Jan Bruggink. Cassio Rivetti impresses to climb from 91 to 72, while Belgium’s Philippe Le Jenue goes from 83 to 74. The winner of the Longines Grand Prix in Falsterbo, Jens Fredricson climbs from 88 to 76, while Captain Canada - Ian Millar- jumps from rank 85 to 77. Germany’s Max Kühner is climbing too, from 89 to 80, as is Jane Richard Philips who goes from rank 99 to 86. Pieter Devos’s good results make him climb from last month’s rank 104 to 92, while Britain’s talented Daniel Neilson goes from 103 to 93. Daniel Bluman makes a good climb from rank 128 to 94, while Robert Whitaker is up from 107 to 97. Cameron Hanley enters the top 100 with a bang though, as he goes in as rank 100 from being rank 164 last month.
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