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Who's climbing on the Longines Ranking?

Thursday, 06 November 2014

Pedro Veniss makes a huge jump on the world ranking, going from 96 to 77. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The latest Longines Ranking, counting results from 1st of November 2013 to 31st of October 2014, has its movers and shakers. The biggest climbers within the top 100 can be found at the end of the ranking though, as there are few riders with big jumps upwards on the top of the list. World Cup winner from Oslo Jur Vrieling is closing in on the top ten though, going from rank 20 to 16. Henrik von Eckermann is making a move into the top 25, the Swedish rider goes from rank 31 to 24. Grand Prix winner in Oslo, Michael Whitaker is up from rank 37 to 31. Olivier Philippaerts goes from 49 to 43 after some good results in the US the last month, while Abdelkebir Ouaddar – another World Cup winner – goes from rank 53 to 45.

Jessica Springsteen keeps on moving upwards. The rising star from America climbs again, and goes from rank 63 to 52. Another lady rider climbing is Laura Renwick, who jumps from rank 79 to 70. The Grand Prix winner from Helsinki – Martin Fuchs – goes from rank 81 to 75, while Brazil's Pedro Veniss make a huge climb going from 96 to 77. Germany's David Will is up from rank 86 to 77, Holland's Bart Bles from 100 to 82, Egypt's Karim El Zoghby from 98 to 82, Italy's Luca Maria Moneta from 100 to 85, Germany's Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum from 107 to 88, Canada's Yann Candele from 111 to 91 and Sweden's Douglas Lindelöw from 103 to 92.

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