Once again we take a look at the biggest climbs on the Longines Ranking as the latest points have been counted.
There are not too many big changes amongst the Top 100 this month, but some riders have made nice climbs after their performances in Aachen during the Europeans. Two of these riders jump into this month's Top 10 as Simon Delestre is rank eight after being just outside the prestigious company last month and Gregory Wathelet has taken a leap from rank 16 and is currently number ten.
Another rider to see the results after Aachen paying off, is Spain’s Sergio Alvarez Moya who climbs from rank 44 to rank 23. Outside the top thirty Romain Duguet has moved up thirteen places and is number 48 this month, while Jeroen Dubbeldam is up to rank 65 from being number 91 last month.
Cian O’Connor climbs 34 places and is currently rank 70. He is followed by two other Irish riders who are back in the top 100; Billy Twomey has climbed from 103 to currently being rank 79 and Cameron Hanley at rank 86 was number 108 last month.
One of the biggest climbs this month belongs to Henk van de Pol who has been on top form recently. The Dutch rider makes a huge step up from last month’s rank 150 to being number 88 this month.
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