|Longines Rankings Top 10 (30 May 2021)|
|1||(1)||Daniel Deusser (GER)||2840|
|2||(17)||Peder Fredricson (SWE)||2690|
|3||(2)||Martin Fuchs (SUI)||2528|
|4||(3)||Scott Brash (GBR)||2510|
|5||(7)||Marlon Modolo Zanotelli (BRA)||2460|
|6||(32)||Ben Maher (GBR)||2429|
|7||(18)||Henrik Von Eckermann (SWE)||2355|
|8||(13)||Jérôme Guery (BEL)||2350|
|9||(8)||Kevin Staut (FRA)||2225|
|10||(4)||Steve Guerdat (SUI)||2173|
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|Longines Rankings Facts|
Following the mitigation Policies (the Longines Rankings and the FEI Rankings) that were put in place to limit the impact Covid-19 will have on the Longines Rankings and the FEI Rankings, the FEI Board has approved the "defreezing" of the Longines Rankings as of 1 June 2021. In order for the Longines Rankings to return to the normal 12 month cycle within a reasonable timeframe and without creating a sudden imbalance within the rankings, it was decided to decrease the time period during which Longines Ranking points remain valid by two additional months at each new calculation of the ranking. This means that it will take seven months to return to the normal 12-month cycle of the Longines Ranking. You can find the Board Resolution here.
The German rider Daniel Deusser keeps first place of the 248th Longines Ranking, with Peder Fredricson jumping from 17th place up to 2nd place following the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Stepping in : Peder FREDRICSON (SWE), Ben MAHER (GBR), Henrik VON ECKERMAN (SWE), Jérôme GUERY (BEL)
Dropping out : Darragh KENNY (IRL), Kent FARRINGTON (USA), Julien EPAILLARD (FRA), Denis LYNCH (IRL)
Sweden, Switzerland and Great Britain now have two riders in the top 10 of the Longines Rankings with Ben Maher moving up from 32nd to 6th place.
|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.