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Who’s climbing on the Longines Ranking?

Wednesday, 08 April 2015

Meredith Michaels Beerbaum and Comanche 28 were first to go and ended the course with two time faults. Comanche is really a horse we are looking forward to follow in the next years. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum makes a giant jump upwards among the 100 best riders in the world. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

The latest Longines Ranking is out, with Daniel Deusser taking over as number one in the world. But there are also shake-ups outside the top ten, many small ones and a few big ones – and here are some of the latter as we take a look at who is climbing on the ranking among the world's 100 best riders.

Italy’s Emanuele Gaudiano has the first real big climb outside the top ten, going from rank 43 to rank 35. Switzerland’s Martin Fuchs jumps up as well, going from rank 53 to 39. USA’s Laura Kraut goes from rank 55 to 47, while her compatriot Brianne Goutal goes all the way from rank 71 to 59. Ireland’s Billy Twomey is up five ranks to 60, while Venezuela’s Andres Rodriguez climbs from rank 69 to 63.

Germany’s Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum makes a giant jump, going from rank 89 to 65. Netherland’s Wout-Jan van der Schans goes from rank 73 to 66 - the same goes for Laura Renwick, Italy’s Luca Moneta from 76 to 68, Ireland’s Shane Sweetnam from 77 to 71, Sweden’s Douglas Lindelöw from 80 to 74, Colombia’s Daniel Bluman from 92 to 78, Canada’s Yann Candele from 101 to 83, Switzerland’s Janika Sprunger from 107 to 91, New Zealand’s Bruce Goodin from 110 to 91 and Britain’s Jessica Mendoza from 109 to 97

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