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Who's climbing on the Longines Ranking?

Tuesday, 06 October 2015

Karim El Zoghby with Amelia. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
Karim El Zoghby with Amelia. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

Yesterday, the latest world ranking was published - and as usual we take a look at which riders are on their way upwards on the list. Within the Top 10 it is Gregory Wathelet that makes an impressive climb; the Belgian rider goes from rank ten to rank four this month. Closing in on the Top 10 is Rolf-Göran Bengtsson who goes from rank 15 to 11 this month. 

Ireland's Denis Lynch makes a big jump too, as he climbs to rank 20 from 29. Australia's Edwina Tops-Alexander is up five spots to rank 21 and Brazil's Marlon Zanotelli is rank 22 after being 30 last month. France's Roger Yves Bost is also on a roll, going from 40 to 33, while Switzerland's Romain Duguet again climbs from rank 48 to 42. Seven spots up is Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum, now rank 46 in the world and then Brazil's Pedro Veniss goes all the way from rank 73 to 49. 

Great Britain's Joe Clee also moves upwards from rank 70 to 62, as does Ireland's Cian O'Connor going from 70 to 65. Karim El Zoghby jumps all the way from 101 to 69, while Great Britain's Guy Williams is ten spots up to rank 71 and France's Jerome Hurel nine up to rank 72.

Others also make serious climbs; Margie Engel-Goldstein (from 84 to 77), Omer Karaevli (from 92 to 77), Daniel Bluman (from 100 to 81), Lucy Davis (from 105 to 84), David Will (from 95 to 85), Janne Friederike Meyer (from 112 to 87), Leopold van Asten (from 103 to 91), Tiffany Foster (from 115 to 92) and Doda de Miranda (from 113 to 99). 

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