|Longines Rankings Top 10 (31 January 2021)|
|1||(1)||Steve Guerdat (SUI)||3627|
|2||(2)||Martin Fuchs (SUI)||3373|
|3||(3)||Daniel Deusser (GER)||3362|
|4||(4)||Peder Fredricson (SWE)||3021|
|5||(6)||Ben Maher (GBR)||2958|
|6||(5)||Pieter Devos (BEL)||2935|
|7||(7)||Kent Farrington (USA)||2890|
|8||(10)||Elizabeth Madden (USA)||2789|
|9||(8)||Darragh Kenny (IRL)||2785|
|10||(9)||Scott Brash (GBR)||2763|
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|Longines Rankings Facts|
The Covid-19 outbreak has led to the cancellation or postponement of numerous international events in various regions of the world as of March 2020 and it is still uncertain when the sport will resume at a normal pace. To mitigate the impact this will have on the Longines Rankings and FEI Rankings, until the situation is stabilised the Board has approved two Mitigation Policies: the Longines Rankings and the FEI Rankings.
While competitions are slowly coming back, Steve Guerdat still ranks number one in this 240th Longines Rankings ahead of his first and main challenger Martin Fuchs, remaining at position number two., followed by Daniel Deusser still third who has narrowed the gap with the two Swiss champions lately.
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The USA, Great Britain and of course Switzerland have two riders in the Longines Rankings Top 10.
|Past Jumping Rankings|
All Jumping Rankings ranging from No. 114 (30 June 2010) onwards are available online in the FEI Database.
To note: Previous Rankings can be requested by contacting the Jumping Dept.