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Who's climbing on the Longines Ranking?

Monday, 05 May 2014

Angelica Augustsson climbs from 94 to 86 on the latest Longines Ranking. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.With the latest Longines Ranking published, it's time to take a look at who has made the biggest climbs. This month there was very little changing among the top 50. Some riders made it upwards by a few ranks though though; Penelope Leprevost climbed from rank 18 to 14, Michael Whitaker from 30 to 26, Pieter Devos from 40 to 36, Marco Kutscher from 46 to 42, Jeroen Dubbeldam from 50 to 45 and Julien Eapillard from 53 to 46.

Among the next fifty riders there are some more climbs, with William Funnell going from rank 65 to 58 and Eiken Sato from 71 to 60 while Nick Skelton moves up to rank 61 from 68. Daniel Neilson and Shane Sweetnam climb five ranks to 64 and 67 while Abdelkebir Ouaddar moves sixteen places up to rank 71.

To Brazilian riders are also moving upwards; Rodrigo Pessoa makes a big climb going from 82 to 73 as do Marlon Módolo Zanotelli who climbs from 81 to 75. Billy Twomey goes from 83 to 77, Carsten-Otto Nagel from 85 to 78, Daniel Bluman from 90 to 85 and Angelica Augustsson from 94 to 86.

Great Britain's Joe Clee keeps on climbing and is now rank 88 after being 99 last month while Lucy Davis went from 97 to rank 90. Two new riders also enter the top 100; Tim Gredley and Oliver Lazarus - Tim went from 106 to 97 while Oliver made a climb from 132 to 99.

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