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World Cup standings worldwide

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Richard Spooner is in the lead in the North American West Coast league. Here he is in the final in Leipzig last year. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.All roads lead to 's-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands this World Cup season, and qualifiers are on all over the world. Richard Spooner currently leads the North America West Coast League with 76 points, with Karl Cook right behind him on 71 points. In the North America East Coast League Kirsten Coe is on top with 70 points, with strong riders such as McLain Ward, Margie Engel, Mario Deslauriers and Kent Farrington following her on the ranking. In the Western European League it’s Rolf-Göran Bengtsson who is ahead of the rest.

In the Pacific League in Australia it’s Jamie Kermond who is in the lead after terrific results and 94 points! Billy Raymont is second on 52, while Chris Chugg is third on 49. Argentina’s Luis Pedro Biraen heads the South American League, while Jade Hooks has won the South African League. Gunnar Klettenberg from Estonia leads the Central European League – Northern Subleague, while Valentin Valkov tops the Southern Subleague.

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