Longines FEI Jumping Rankings

Steve Guerdat Leads FEI World Ranking for Twelfth Month in a Row

2019. German Masters CSI 5W FEI WC Steve Guerdat & Venard de Cerisy FEI Lukasz Kowalski

Lausanne, Switzerland – December 04, 2019 – Steve Guerdat (SUI) has completed one year at the top of the leaderboard in the standings of the Longines FEI Jumping Individual Rider Ranking.

For the twelfth month in a row, the Swiss leads all FEI-ranked riders, now accumulating a total of 3392 points. Martin Fuchs (SUI) has cut the difference between him and his fellow countryman to just 79 points, making the race even more exciting in the coming weeks.

Daniel Deusser (GER) remains in third place, now with 3057 points while Ben Maher (GBR) is close behind after having tallied a total of 3013.

Pieter Devos (BEL) and Peder Fredricson (SWE) switched places with the Belgian registering 2950 points, only four ahead of the Swede. The positions among the next top three remain the same. McLain Ward (USA) is out and Henrick von Eckerman (SWE) has moved back among the top ten, backed by 2516 points over the last 12 months.

2019 Longines FEI Jumping World Ranking Top 10

Ranking / Rider / Country / Points

1) Steve Guerdat (SUI) – 3392

2) Martin Fuchs (SUI) – 3313

3) Daniel Deusser (GER) – 3057

4) Ben Maher (GBR) – 3013

5) Pieter Devos (BEL) – 2950

6) Peder Fredricson (SWE) – 2946

7) Elizabeth Madden (USA) – 2829

8) Darragh Kenny (IRL) – 2665

9) Christian Ahlmann (GER) – 2530

10) Henrick von Eckerman (SWE) – 2516

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Source: FEI – Fédération Equestre Internationale

Photos: © FEI / Lukasz Kowalski