Beerbaum is back on Top 

2 Mar 2004

FEI Gandini World Riders Rankings saw the return of Beerbaum 

Ludger Beerbaum back to the Top

With 2627 points, Ludger Beerbaum (GER) takes over the World No. 1 position of the FEI Gandini World Jumping Riders Rankings. The Swiss Markus Fuchs, injured last December in Geneva, who was leading the rankings since June 2003, is still not back to competition and goes down to second place with a total of 2565 points, after having dropped 310 points at the end of February.

Beerbaum won the Grand Prix at CSI-W Vigo (ESP) and finished second of the Masters, whilst his closest challenger for the Number 1 position, Marcus Ehning (GER) scored no points in February. With 12490 points, Marcus Ehning therefore remains No 3 behind Markus Fuchs.

Rodrigo Pessoa (BRA) goes up one place and is now 4th with 2284 points after having won the World Cup of Bordeaux (FRA).

Toni Hassmann (GER) jumps up from 20th to 14th place thanks to the 150 points he earned in Bordeaux, where he finished second in the World Cup.

Olympic Champion Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED) is back in Top 20 thanks to the points he earned in Bordeaux and Vigo.

Complete results available from, section consult, results, jumping.

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