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Who’s climbing on the Longines Ranking?

Monday, 06 May 2013

Reed Kessler is now rank 28 in the world. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Last week the Longines Ranking nr. 148 was released, and it’s about time to find out who has been climbing it for the last month. Moving out of the Top 10, but within the top 50 America’s super talented Reed Kessler has jumped from rank 41 to rank 28 – while Emanuele Gaudiano has gone up to 33 from 43. Meredith-Michaels Beerbaum has also been moving upwards, and is now rank 38 after being on rank 47 last month.

From rank 50-100, France’s Michel Hecart has gone from rank 74 to 53 – while Jens Fredricsson has climbed ten spots up to rank 55. Kamal Bahamdan has made a huge jump up from rank 94 to 63, and Katie Dinan has also made a good climb from 97 to 82. Arthur Da Silva and Olivier Philippaerts are two of the riders doing a huge jump, making it into the top 100 – the two are now 88 and 89 respectively. Pilar Cordon is also going upwards, moving from 117 to 92. The other of the two Fredricsson-brothers – Peder – has gone from 127 to 99, also breaking into the top 100.

The biggest climbs among the next 100 riders have been made by the following; Roberto Turchetto (139 to 121), Nayel Nassar (152 to 126), Patrik Spits (156 to 138), Eric van der Vleuten (179 to 141), Constant van Paesschen (186 to 152), Dominique Hendrickx (176 to 159), HRH Prince Abdullah bin Moteb Al Saud (209 to 175), Daniel Neilson (203 to 176), Steven Whitaker (261 to 186), Jos Lansink (228 to 196) and Donaat Brondeel (235 to 199).

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