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Two years on top of the Longines Ranking for Henrik von Eckermann

Thursday, 04 July 2024

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson/WoSJ. Henrik von Eckermann, world no. one for 24 consecutive months. Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson/WoSJ.


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The latest Longines Ranking marks two years as world number one for Sweden's Olympic team gold medallist, double world champion and European team champion Henrik von Eckermann, who tops the Longines Ranking for a 24th consecutive month – leading the way with 3495 points. Reigning Olympic champion Ben Maher (GBR) is still following closely behind as rank two on 3270 points as the margin between the two narrows.

With 3160 points, Max Kühner (AUT) continues his climb on up the ranking, going from fifth last month to third this time around, slotting in ahead of Steve Guerdat (SUI) – 2023 European Champion – who drops down to fourth, followed by Julien Epaillard (FRA) in fifth, Kent Farrington (USA) in sixth and Simon Delestre (FRA) as rank seven. Martin Fuchs (SUI) drops from rank six to eight, while Harry Charles (GBR) breaks into the prestigious list for the first time in his career, ranking ninth ahead of Richard Vogel (GER) who stays as tenth. 

This month's ranking includes validated results from 1 July 2023 to 30 June 2024.


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