|Longines Rankings Top 10 (31 December 2019)|
|1||(2)||Martin Fuchs (SUI)||3483|
|2||(1)||Steve Guerdat (SUI)||3377|
|3||(3)||Daniel Deusser (GER)||3057|
|4||(4)||Ben Maher (GBR)||3008|
|5||(6)||Peder Fredricson (SWE)||2931|
|6||(5)||Pieter Devos (BEL)||2860|
|7||(7)||Elizabeth Madden (USA)||2829|
|8||(8)||Darragh Kenny (IRL)||2630|
|9||(11)||Kent Farrington (USA)||2500|
|10||(10)||Henrik Von Eckermann (SWE)||2486|
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|Longines Rankings Facts|
Just as 2019 was coming to an end, so was Steve Guerdat's astonishing reign on the Jumping Longines Rankings this year. After 12 months on the top of the world, it took his fellow countryman Martin Fuchs all he had, both in Geneva and London, to jump on the first step and start 2020 as the new leader of this Longines rankings top 10.
Many pretenders further down the list are also real threats, and will be looking forward to a more consistent second part of the indoor season, just like Scott Brash who keeps climbing back the montain this month up to 12th, or Kent Farrington once again back in the top ten at 9th.
Three countries are represented by two riders this month again : Sweden, Switzerland and the USA.
|Past Jumping Rankings|
All Jumping Rankings ranging from 30 June 2010 onwards are available online in FEI Database.
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The searched Rankings will be displayed (50 competitors per page), sorted by rank. Several options are then offered to you:
* To sort by “Athlete”, “NF”, etc, use the title bar and the Rankings will be displayed in alphabetical order.
Note: Rankings ranging from No 114 (30 June 2010) onwards are available in FEI Database. Previous Rankings can be requested by contacting the Jumping Dept.