Within the top hundred in the world, there are some big climbers on this month’s Longines Ranking. Here are the ones shaking it up.
Germany’s Marco Kutsher is taking the step into the top twenty, going from rank 26 to 19 while Great Britain’s John Whitaker climbs all the way from rank 32 to 20. The Netherland’s Harrie Smolders goes up eight spots to rank 22, Qatar’s Sheikh Ali Bin Khalid Al Thani is up ten spots to rank 24, Switzerland’s Martin Fuchs is up from rank 38 to 29, Great Britain’s Laura Renwick climbs from rank 60 to 52, USA’s Todd Minikus goes from rank 77 to 54 and Belgium’s Jos Verlooy is up from rank 68 to 56.
Then there are some that are making really big climbs. From rank 80 to 59 goes Sweden’s Douglas Lindelöw, while Great Britain’s Joe Clee goes twenty spots up to rank 64. France’s Jerome Hurel climbs from rank 91 to 70, USA’s Reed Kessler goes from rank 96 to 71, Italy’s Piergiorgio Bucci is up from rank 82 to 72, Great Britain’s Jessica Mendoza takes her way from rank 102 to 74 – while Switzerland’s Janika Sprunger jumps from rank 93 to 81.
The most impressive climb within the top hundred is courtesy of Switzerland’s Romain Duguet who goes from rank 127 to 83. Then there is also Ukraine’s Ferenc Szenitirmai who climbs from 101 to 88, USA’s Margie Goldstein-Engel that is up from rank 114 to 88 and Sweden’s Peder Fredricson going from 115 to 99.
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