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Peder Fredricson stays as world number one on the Longines Ranking

Thursday, 04 November 2021
Rankings

 Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson/WoSJ Peder Fredricson is world no. one for a second month. Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping.

For a second month, Peder Fredricson (SWE) is listed as the world's no. one on the Longines Ranking. With a total of 2970 points, Fredricson sticks to the top of the ranking ahead of Daniel Deusser (GER) on 2795 points. New as rank three is another Swede; Henrik von Eckermann on 2700 points – who jumps all the way up from rank eight, pushing Martin Fuchs (SUI) down to rank four on 2698 points. 

Scott Brash (GBR) is also down one spot, from rank four to five, as is Marlon Modolo Zanotelli (BRA) who falls from rank five to six. Kent Farrington (USA), on the other hand, jumps up from rank nine to seven, while Steve Guerdat (SUI) is down from rank six to eight, a spot he shares with Ben Maher (GBR) who drops from rank seven. Jerome Guery (BEL) stays on as rank ten from last month’s ranking list. 

This is the fifth month where the Longines Ranking is being unfrozen, following the implementation of the Covid-19 policy at the end of March last year. This month’s ranking has been calculated over a period of 14 months, and includes validated results from 1st of September 2020 to 31st of October 2021. 

 



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