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Who’s climbing on the Longines Rankings?

Thursday, 04 April 2013

Jos Verlooy jumps from 264 to 192 on this month's Logines Rankings. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.WoSJ has taken a closer look at this month’s Longines Rankings to find out who’s been climbing among the world’s top 200 riders. The ranking includes validated results from 01/04/2012 to 31/03/2013. Outside the top ten, Ben Maher is getting closer to the ten best in the world by going from rank 23 to rank 14 after some fantastic results in Florida. Doda – who’s also been riding at the WEF with success – is another climber, going from 32 to 22. Two other WEF’ers are also going upwards; Shane Sweetnam from 46 to 39 and Daniel Deusser from 52 to 44. US rider Christine McRea also makes a jump, from 72 to 59 – while Leon Thijssen goes from 70 to 61. One of the last months’ biggest climbers is Clarissa Crotta, and the Swiss riders keep on moving upwards – now going from rank 93 to 66!

Eiken Sato is one of the riders that have broken into the top 100 this month; going from rank 108 to 78. Another one breaking into the top 100 is Richie Moloney, moving from 102 to 85 – as does Germany’s Carsten-Otto Nagel who is now ranked as number 89 in the world. Robert Smith has also made it to the top 100 – as is now rank 90, and the same goes from Katrin Eckermann who is now rank 94 and Reynald Angot on rank 96.


Outside the top 100, the big climbers are as follows; Santiago Lambre (130 to 101), Holland’s Albert Zoer (117 to 104), World Cup winner from Den Bosch David Will (134 to 108), Kristaps Neretnieks (129 to 111), Taizo Sugitani (166 to 140), Italy’s Luccia Vizzini (163 to 143), Judy Ann Melchior (187 to 156), Jessica Springsteen (179 to 161), Great Britain’s Chloe Aston (212 to 165), Lauren Tisbo (195 to 168), French veteran Eric Navet (202 to 169), Lars Nieberg (191 to 171), Abdelkebir Ouaddar (252 to 173), Eric van der Vleuten (210 to 179), Belgium’s Jos Verlooy (264 to 192) and Abdel Said (223 to 198).


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