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Who’s climbing on the Longines Ranking?

Wednesday, 04 December 2013

Jeroen Dubbeldam is climbing on the Longines Ranking. Photo by World of Showjumping.With the latest edition of the world ranking out, it’s time to take a look at who is taking big climbs among the top two hundred rides in the world.

First of all – within the top hundred Dutch rider Jeroen Dubbeldam moves up from rank 61 to 48, while Abdullah Sharbatly goes from rank 86 to 65. Another rider who takes a good jump upwards is Belgium’s Constant van Paesschen who climbs from rank 84 to 67. Kamal Bahamdan moves from rank 91 to 76, while Andrez Rodrigues goes from 107 to 85. Nayel Nassar takes a leap from rank 105 to 95, while Italy’s Lorenzo de Luca is rank 99 after being 133 last month. On rank 100 is Angelica Augustsson, who was 122 last month.

Jos Verlooy is now rank 101 after being 114 last month, while Germany’s Max Kühner has gone from rank 117 to 102. Russia’s Vladimir Tuganov makes a huge climb from rank 151 to 112, while Dayro Arroyave goes from rank 141 to 117. France’s Frederic David does well to go from rank 237 to 158, Ainsley Vince climbs from 160 to 185, Lars Nieberg  from rank 190 to 166 – a spot he shares with Willem Greve also moving up from his rank 166 last month and with Geir Gulliksen who has moved to rank 166 from last month’s rank 200. Italy’s Giulia Martinengo Marquet takes a good jump from rank 202 to 170, while Britain’s Tim Gredley is rank 185 this month after being 225 last month.  

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