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Who's climbing on the Longines Ranking?

Saturday, 06 February 2016

David Will makes a huge climb on this month's Longines Ranking. Photo (c) World of Showjumping.
David Will makes a huge climb on this month's Longines Ranking. Photo (c) World of Showjumping.

Every month we like to take a look at the riders within the Longines Ranking's Top 100 who are making a climb. Moving outside the top twenty, Pius Schwizer (SUI) moves up from rank 32 to rank 25 while Denis Lynch (IRL) makes an even bigger climb from 40 to 25.

Jerome Guery (BEL) continues his rise, and is now rank 27 after being 34 last month while Roger Yves Bost (FRA) climbs five positions to rank 28. Also number 29 on this month's ranking - Meredith Michaels Beerbaum (GER) - makes a climb after being rank 35 last month. Another big climb comes from Michael Whitaker (GBR), who goes from number 47 to 33. Marcus Ehning (GER) also continues to climb and is now rank 39 after being 43 last month as does Todd Minikus (USA) who is up to rank 46 from 51.

One of the biggest climbs comes from Cassio Rivetti (UKR), who after a great January goes from rank 64 to 56. Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED) makes an even bigger climb though going from rank 77 to 62.

Richard Spooner (USA) is up ten spots to rank 64, Niels Bruynseels (BEL) goes from rank 82 to 73 and Leopold van Asten (NED) from rank 84 to 78. Henk van de Pol (NED) climbs five positions to rank 85, while David Will (GER) makes a huge climb back into top 100 - all the way from 109 to 85. Andreas Schou (DEN) is also on his way up the ranking, climbing eight spots to number 88 while Max Kühner (AUT) is the new rank 90 after being 104 last month.

The ranking counts results from 01/02/2015 to 31/01/2016.


Text and photo (c) World of Showjumping.

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