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Who’s climbing on the Longines Ranking?

Tuesday, 04 February 2014

Gregory Wathelet keeps on climbing on the world ranking. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.With the latest Longines Ranking out – that counts results from 01.02.2013 to 31.01.2014 – it’s time to take a look out who is climbing among the top hundred riders in the world. The first big climber outside the Top 10, is Belgium’s Gregory Wathelet who goes from strength to strength after some good performances. This month Gregory goes from rank 30 to rank 22. Brazil’s Doda de Miranda is also going upwards, from rank 29 last month to rank 24 this month. Nick Skelton is climbing from rank 37 to 33, while his compatriot John Whitaker jumps off from 50 to 43 after super results in January.

Pieter Devos is another Belgian rider that continues to climb, this month he goes up from rank 53 to 45. Switzerland’s super talented Martin Fuchs had a good start to the year, and climbs from rank 70 to 57 – while Great Britain's Laura Renwick goes from 66 to 61. Ireland’s Cameron Hanley moves up from 68 to 62, and Switzerland’s Jane Richard Philipps goes up nine places to rank 68. Canada’s Tiffany Foster also continues her climb, and jumps up from 80 to 72.

Daniel Bluman moves up ten places to rank 84, as does David Will who goes up to rank 85. Sweden’s Angelica Augustsson also jumps up the rankings, from 97 to 89. Morocco’s Abdelkebir Ouaddar brakes into the top 100 this month – going from 105 to 91, as does Billy Twomey who now is rank 93 after being 107 last month. Great Britain’s Joe Clee and Switzerland’s Romain Duguet also goes into the top 100; they are now both ranked 96 after being 112 and 117 on last month’s ranking.

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