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 Longines Rankings Top 10 (31 December 2018) 
1(2)Steve Guerdat (SUI)3050
2(1)Harrie Smolders (NED)2995
3(4)Marcus Ehning (GER)2936
4(3)Mclain Ward (USA)2920
5(5)Peter Fredricson (SWE)2815
6(7)Daniel Deusser (GER)2795
7(8)Ben Maher (GBR)2660
8(6)Henrik von Eckermann (SWE)2626
9(11)Elizabeth Madden (USA)2616
10(9)Martin Fuchs (SUI)2615
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Longines Rankings Facts

Harrie Smolder is still on top of this 215 Longines Rankings ahead of Steve Guerdat, but for how long ? The two European riders are ahead of a very dense month of December and the battle to be the last number one of 2018. A battle that is welcoming back Mclain Ward on the podium who will be delighted to put some pressure on these two contenders !

Three Nations have placed two athletes in this month’s Longines Rankings Top 10 : Germany, Sweden and Switzerland.


With the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup(TM) in full swing now, there are more occasions than ever to shuffle the established order. Eric Lamaze will try and replicate his latest results that brought him back from 12th to 8th, making him the best progression of this month’s Longines Rankings Top 10.

Past Jumping Rankings

All Jumping Rankings ranging from 30 June 2010 onwards are available online in FEI Database.

The procedure below will guide you through the search and download procedure:
  • Ranking / Standing Year: select the year, then
  • Ranking / Standing Number: select the ranking
  • Click on Search
The searched Rankings will be displayed (50 competitors per page), sorted by rank. Several options are then offered to you:
  • download the Rankings as displayed as a PDF document
  • download the Rankings listed in a different order* as a PDF document
* To sort by “Athlete”, “NF”, etc, use the title bar and the Rankings will be displayed in alphabetical order.
The above instructions can be downloaded as a PDF document here.
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.